Territorial Economic Data Viewer (TEDv)

Data visualization of EU R&I funding and beyond

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This new version of the R&I Territorial Economic Data Viewer will provide a comprehensive territorial data visualization (at NUTS levels 0, 1, and 2) of EU R&I funding and beyond.
Territorial statistical information includes macro-economic regional data, micro-level beneficiary information as well as a number of derived combined indicators from multiple data sources.
Users can easily compare different R&I funds and perform territorial benchmarking at different NUTS levels. Results can be easily exported in several formats suitable for static and dynamic publications.​​​​​​​
  1. Eurostat R&I Indicators (Source: ESTAT Catalogue)
  2. Horizon2020 Funding awarded to project participants (Source: DG R&I H2020 Grant Database)
  3. R&I-related investments under the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) (Source: DG REGIO Cohesion Open Data Portal)
In addition, the following micro-level data sources are used to complement the existing territorial macro-economic statistical information:
  1. ORBIS Database (Source: BVD)
  2. Eurostat Micro-level Data Sources (Source: ESTAT dedicated webpage here)
  3. Horizon2020 successful participants (Source: DG R&I H2020 Grant Database)
  4. JRC-WIFO Database on ERDF Beneficiaries (Source: JRC-WIFO Technical Report available here)
The main objectives of the Territorial Economic Data Viewer are the following:
  • Users can simultaneously visualise territorial information on these funding sources both as a stand-alone statistical information and through a number of derived combined indicators.
  • Users can easily zoom / compare sub-categories of spending reflecting the different taxonomies adopted in the monitoring / implementation of these funds.
  • Users can perform bilateral regional benchmarking at the NUTS level of interest as well as through a set of pre-defined territorial categories / grouping commonly used across Europe.
  • Users can export statistical information (maps, histograms, etc.) as well as underlying data in a report-friendly format suitable for both static and dynamic documents.