The Esri Icelandic datasets are sourced from Michael Bauer Research GmbH.
© Michael Bauer Research GmbH 2023 based on © Statistics Iceland, Eurostat.
© Michael Bauer Research GmbH, Nuremberg, Germany, 2022. Data Source for Digital Boundaries: 2022 Michael Bauer Research GmbH based on © data from National Land Survey of Iceland. All sources modified and enhanced by Michael Bauer Research GmbH, utilization only with authorization.
These settlement points were created using 2023 OpenStreetMap (OSM) Building Footprints and the Microsoft Global ML Building Footprints. More information about the data can be found here: https:// www.openstreetmap.org, https://github.com/microsoft/GlobalMLBuildingFootprints. The buildings were constrained to include only residential housing units. The buildings were verified and improved upon using the latest Esri imagery and HERE (Esri Street Map Premium Layers (LandArea, BuiltUpArea)). When necessary, household values were distributed evenly onto multiunit residential buildings using a top-down approach with the Michael Bauer Research household values from the lowest level geographies.
Three-letter ISO country code
Three-letter currency code
Number of attributes available
Number of geography levels
|Geography levels||Available for Iceland||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
Centroids in Polygon
|Variable summary||Data category||Vintage||Description|
Count of total population by regional boundaries.
Regional population count divided by total regional sq. kilometers or miles.
Population per Mill
Count of total regional population divided by total national population and multiplied by 1,000.
Male/Female Population Totals
Count of regional male and female population.
Population Totals by Age and Gender
Count of regional total, male, and female population grouped by specific age increments.
Count of total number of households within regional boundaries.
Average Household Size
Average size of households within regional boundaries; calculated by dividing the total number of persons living in households in this region by the total number of regional households.
Households by Type
Count of regional households grouped by specific household population structures, for example, single parent household with children or married couple household without children.
Count of regional unemployed population.
Regional purchasing power. Data provided includes:
Total consumer spending for specific product and service categories. Data provided includes:
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