Data Visualisations

The data visualisations below have been prepared by the NI Assembly Research and Information Service (RaISe) in recent months.

These visualisations are best viewed on a desktop PC, preferably in fullscreen mode in a new tab. They have been configured using the Microsoft Power BI analytics service. You can find guidance on Power BI’s accessibility features on the Microsoft website. This contains advice on how to use keyboard navigation and screen readers with Power BI as well as general recommendations. If you are still having access issues and would like the information provided in a different format, please contact ResearchPublications@niassembly.gov.uk and we will do our best to facilitate your request.

 


Constituency Profiles 2021

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Constituency Profiles are produced by the Research and Information Service (RaISe) of the Northern Ireland Assembly and provide a statistical overview of each Northern Ireland constituency. This year the profiles have been redesigned in a new online format, following a review of the range of metrics covered. This online format also provides additional interactivity with the data for end users.


Visualisation of COVID-19

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This is a visualisation prepared and maintained by the Northern Ireland Assembly Research and Information Service (RaISe). It presents the spread of COVID-19 infection and the number deaths where COVID-19 was present throughout Northern Ireland. This is set within the context of infections and number of deaths occurring across the world and specifically in England, Scotland and Wales. This data visualisation is updated on a daily basis.


How has COVID-19 emergency funding for individual artists been distributed in Northern Ireland? (Updated)

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This visualisation provides a snapshot of £11.1 million in emergency funding provided to over 2294 individual artists in Northern Ireland. This funding is part of a range of measures supported by COVID-19 emergency funding from the Department for Communities, the National Lottery and Screen NI to address key challenges arising from the effects of the pandemic.


The impact of COVID-19 on Northern Ireland

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This visualisation based on figures and analysis published in the public domain by Ulster Bank, Danske Bank, NISRA, PSNI and Google Mobility Reports, looks at the potential impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland. We look at a range of issues such as the private economy, consumer confidence, the claimant count, crime statistics and data from Google Mobility reports to map out the changing picture for Northern Ireland. Figures will be updated on a monthly basis, excluding public holidays, as new data becomes available.


Snapshot of COVID-19 Funding: Department for Communities

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This visualisation provides a series of interactive graphs compiled by the Assembly’s Research and Information Service (RaISe), which offer a snapshot of government funding allocated by the Department for Communities (DfC) to address key challenges arising from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland (NI).


Departmental forecasting and analysis (January update)

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This dashboard visually presents departmental Total Forecast Outturn (TFO) data for capital and resource spending in three parts, across five pages. It covers the time period April 2020 to March 2021, and comprises data up to and including December 2020, and forecast data for the remainder of the financial year.


Executive Budget 2021-22

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This Interactive Timeline illustrates the complexity of the situation surrounding the formation of the draft Executive Budget 2021-22. The Timeline includes critical events, which caused delays in the Budget timetable and inform the size of the Executive’s Spending Envelope for 2021-22.


Departmental forecasting and analysis (December update)

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This dashboard visually presents departmental Total Forecast Outturn (TFO) data for capital and resource spending in three parts, across five pages. It covers the time period April 2020 to March 2021, and comprises data up to and including December 2020, and forecast data for the remainder of the financial year.


Departmental forecasting and analysis (November update)

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This dashboard visually presents departmental Total Forecast Outturn (TFO) data for capital and resource spending in two parts: departmental expenditure profiles; and departmental forecast performance. This dashboard covers the time period April 2020 to March 2021, and comprises data up to and including November 2020, and forecast data for the remainder of the financial year.


Departmental forecasting and analysis (October update)

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This dashboard visually presents departmental Total Forecast Outturn (TFO) data for capital and resource spending in two parts: departmental expenditure profiles; and departmental forecast performance. This dashboard covers the time period April 2020 to March 2021, and comprises data up to and including October 2020, and forecast data for the remainder of the financial year.


Departmental forecasting and analysis (September data)

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This dashboard visually presents departmental Total Forecast Outturn (TFO) data for capital and resource spending in two parts: departmental expenditure profiles; and departmental forecast performance. This dashboard has been compiled by the Public Finance Scrutiny Unit (PFSU), located in the Finance & Economics Team of the Assembly’s Research and Information Service (RaISe). This dashboard covers the time period April 2020 to March 2021, and comprises data up to and including September 2020, and forecast data for the remainder of the financial year.


How has COVID-19 Emergency Funding for the arts and culture Sectors in Northern Ireland been distributed?

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This visualisation provides a snapshot of emergency funding provided to the arts and culture sectors in Northern Ireland. This funding is part of a range of measures supported by COVID-19 emergency funding from the Department for Communities to address key challenges arising from the effects of the pandemic.


A snapshot of COVID-19 funding (updated)

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This visualisation provides a series of interactive graphs compiled by the Assembly’s Research and Information Service (RaISe), which offer a snapshot of government funding allocated to address key challenges arising from the effects of the pandemic in Northern Ireland (NI). The series relies on available government data as of 24 November 2020; highlighting how that funding has or will be administered through a range of targeted initiatives introduced either centrally by Treasury or at devolved level by the Executive or its individual Departments.


Foodbank distribution in Northern Ireland

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Foodbanks are an increasingly useful resource for many in Northern Ireland. They provide a valuable service to communities and are continually helping to feed those in need. An interactive mapping application has been developed which provides the location and contact details of all currently operational foodbanks, as of December 2020.


A snapshot of COVID-19 funding

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This visualisation provides a series of interactive graphs compiled by the Assembly’s Research and Information Service (RaISe), which offer a snapshot of government funding allocated to address key challenges arising from the effects of the pandemic in Northern Ireland (NI). The series relies on available government data as of 28 September 2020

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