venerdì 17 febbraio 2017

Working for Il Sole 24 Ore means also analyse things I never analysed before. This time I wrote an article about how much Europe (and Italy) grows, looking at the last data about GDP.

During the fourth quarter of 2016, which ended in December, the italian gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.2%, with a slight slowdown compared to the previous semester. Comparing the data to the fourth quarter of last year, growth was 1.1%.

In the euro area GDP grew by 0.4%, while in the EU28 does record a 0.5% from the previous quarter. Over the same quarter the previous year, seasonally adjusted GDP increased by 1.7% instead of 1.8% in the euro area and the EU28.

You can read my full article (in italian) on InfoData Blog - Il Sole 24 Ore, at this link:

I created two visualization for this article. One related to the growth rate of GDP and the percentage change, compared with the previous semester and the fourth quarter of the last year.

The other one, simpler, show the current prices in million of euro, looking at the trends from 2005 to 2015.

Click below and go to the interactive Viz!

Filippo Mastroianni was born on March 14, 1988 in Milan. Data Analyst and Consultant for The Information Lab Italy, approaches the data-driven world from a humanistic background. He graduates with a thesis on Data Journalism and discovered his great passion for Data Visualization. Since 2016 he regularly collaborates with Il Sole 24 Ore. Author of several Viz of the Day, he is currently Tableau Ambassador and Tableau Featured Author.

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