The Esri Greenlandic datasets are sourced from Michael Bauer Research GmbH.
© Michael Bauer Research GmbH 2021 based on © Statistics Greenland, UN.
© Michael Bauer Research GmbH, Nuremberg, Germany, 2021.
Settlement Points Vintage = Dec 2018 Nominal Spacing: 75-meters Settlement Point Type: Settlement Score 2013 MDA BaseVue Land Cover (redelivered by MDA in 2016) 2017 Landsat8 Panchromatic Texture 2017 HERE Road Intersections 2017 GeoNames Populated Places 2019 Vectors 20190329 MBR Delivery.
Three-letter ISO country code
Three-letter currency code
Number of attributes available
Number of geography levels
|Geography levels||Available for Greenland||Available through ArcGIS.com maps||Feature count|
Data apportionment settings
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|Threshold upper bound||Aggregation method||Level of geography|
Centroids in Polygon
Standard data sociodemographics
Sociodemographic data listed is representative of the available datasets for this region. See the Reference documents for the full list of available variables and sample report.
Count of total population by regional boundaries.
Regional population count divided by total regional sq. kilometers/miles.
Population per Mill
Count of total regional population divided by total national population and multiplied by 1,000.
Total population by gender
Count of regional male and female population.
Count of total number of households within regional boundaries.
Average Household Size
Average size of households within regional boundaries; calculated by dividing the number of persons living in households by the total number of households.
Total population by age and gender
Count of regional total, male, and female population grouped by age.
Purchasing Power: Total
Total regional disposable income (income after taxes).
Purchasing Power: Per Mill
Total regional disposable income (income after taxes) divided by total regional population and multiplied by 1,000.
Purchasing Power: Per Capita
Total regional disposable income (income after taxes) divided by total regional population.
Purchasing Power: Index
A measure that compares the regional disposable income (income after taxes) to the national average, which has an index value of 100. For example, if a region's purchasing power index is 89, it has 11% less disposable income than the national average; if the region's index is 117, it has 17% more purchasing power than average.