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4. Selection of data representation

The information-analytical system made a query result in the form of table. In the case of need for further
processing you have an opportunity to use a CSV (comma-separated values) file.
If the system contains the query result in the form of graph or map, a relevant link appears. If the values of indicator are obtained for various territories, they may be ranked. Use the arrows in table top with links in order to sort the ascending or dissending values.


Group of countries (territories): regions of the Russian Federation
Indicator: Infant mortality rate (per 1000 life births)
Source: Демографический ежегодник России 2002
Link: http://www.demoscope.ru/weekly/2002/091/biblio01.php
>>> Options of query to IAS:
Country (territory): All countries (regions):
Period (first year - last year): 1999-1999


Map .

CSV file

Country (region)

Infant mortality rate

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Evenkiysky autonomous district

40.3

Republic Tyva

36.2

Republic Ingushetia

34.4

Amur region

28.8

Karachaevo-Cherkesskaya Republic

28.8

Republic Altay

28.5

Ust'-Ordynskiy Byriatsky autonomous district

27.8

Koryak autonomous district

27

Chukotskiy autonomous district

26.9

Evreiskaya autonomous region

26.4

Krasnoyarsk territory

24.6

Republic Dagestan

22.6

Tomsk region

22.1

Republic Khakasiya

21.7

Chita region

21.5

Irkutsk region

21.3

Rostov region

21.1

Kemerovo region

20.8

Komi-Permyak autonomous district

20.1

Primorskiy territory

19.7

Ivanovo region

19.6

Khabarovsk territory

19.4

Nenets autonomous district

19.3

Volgograd region

19.1

Republic Sakha (Yakutia)

18.9

Saratov region

18.9

Perm region

18.8

Kaliningrad region

18.7

Kostroma region

18.7

Republic Buraitia

18.7

Ulianovsk region

18.7

Kurgan region

18.6

Tula region

18.6

Tver region

18.1

Kursk region

17.9

Pskov region

17.6

Republic Karelia

17.5

Republic North Osetia - Alania

17.2

Chelyabinsk region

17.1

Vologda region

17

Ryazan region

16.9

Altay territory

16.8

Smolensk region

16.8

Republic Komi

16.7

Orenburg region

16.6

Udmurtia Republic

16.5

Bryansk region

16.4

Kabardino-Balkarskaya Republic

16.3

Nizhny Novgorod region

16.3

Kaluga region

16.1

Stavropol territory

16.1

Yamalo-Nenetsky autonomous district

16

Astrakhan region

15.9

Republic Kalmykia

15.9

Voronezh region

15.9

Republic Bashkortostan

15.8

Chuvashia Republic

15.6

Moscow region

15.6

Novosibirsk region

15.5

Penza region

15.5

Tambov region

15.5

Taimyrskiy (Dolgano-Nenetsky) autonomous district

15.4

Lipetsk region

15.3

Magadan region

15.3

Yaroslavl region

15.3

Vladimir region

15.1

Sverdlovskaya region

15

Arkhangelsk region

14.8

Kirov region

14.7

Republic Mordovia

14.6

Republic Maryi El

14.4

Orel region

14.3

Republic Tatarstan

14.2

Belgorod region

14

Omsk region

14

Tumen region

13.9

Kamchatskaya region

13.8

Novgorodskaya region

13.3

Republic Adygea

13.3

Krasnodar territory

13.2

Sakhalin region

13.2

Moscow

12.6

Khanty-Mansiysky autonomous district - Yugra

12.1

Aginskiy-Buriatsky autonomous district

12

Leningradskaya region

11.8

Murmansk region

11.3

Saint-Petersburg

10.7

Samara region

10.1

Chechnya Republic

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The information-analytical system is developed under the support of the Russian foundation for humanitarian research,
project 04-02-12003-в "Development of information system of social-demographic data with the Internet access".

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