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Population Analysis

Population analysis includes a set of metrics that allow one to measure the dimensions and dynamics of populations. These metrics have primarily been developed to study human populations, but are extended to a variety of areas where researchers want to know how population dynamics can change across time through processes of density, birth, death, employment and ***_ratio. In the context of human biological populations, population analysis uses administrative records to develop an independent estimate of the population. Population analysis estimates are often considered a reliable standard for judging the accuracy of the census information gathered at any time. In the labor force, population analysis is used to estimate sizes and flows of populations of workers; in population ecology the focus is on the birth, death and movement of firms and institutional forms. Population analysis is used in a wide variety of contexts. For example, it is often used in business plans, to describe the population connected to the geographic location of the business.

I have created a native application based on the World’s Population on Hana Cloud Platform for Data Genius IV, which contains analysis on different parts like total population, population density, and *** ratio etc. having continent and year wise classification.



My application is divided into three parts:

     1. Current Year(2015) Analysis:

            In this part I have shown population analysis for current year i.e.2015 based on six continents. This analysis is classified into six different categories. They are:

           A.   Total Population: Represents population of each continent (in million).

           B.    Age Tier: Population is divided into 3 age categories and represents percentage of that age tier. These are: a. Teen (0-15) b. Young(15- 40)  c. Old (>40).

           C.    Population Density: Represents population density of each continent (per square meter).

           D.    ***_Ratio: Represents ratio of male (per 100 women).   

           E.    Birth and Death Rate: Represents no. of birth and death rate (per 1000 people).

           F.    Unemployment Ratio: Represents percentage of unemployed male and female. 



      2.  Demography:  

            This section displays the different demo-graphical metrics for individual years. It also provides continent wise information for a particular year. Along with this information I have added world geographic map, which represents count for each country on hover.


      3.  Continent : 

             This section displays continent wise data for the different population metrics on a yearly basis. It helps you identify trends for the different population metrics for individual continents.


Hope you like this blog. Have a look at below video for better understanding.

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