100 x 100 is a socio-demographic and economic data set on a 100 meters by 100 meters grid, providing by far the most granular data source available for Hungary. It provides a significant upgrade in detail even compared to the Inspire GRID 1 km2 population data. The data come from openly available official data, official data available for purchase, as well as other open source data and secondary sources. This data is available for all settlements of the Budapest metropolitan area and covers all major cities in Hungary (population above 20,000), in close to 250 settlements. It provides detailed demographic data and purchasing power indicators.
Powerful analytical tool
The map-based visualization below was created using data from the 100×100. It highlights the incredible detail and data richness of the 100×100 and demonstrates its utility for turning complexity into actionable information.
This database was created by aggregating all of the processed data on a 100m by 100m grid covering the permanently settled areas of Hungary. All of the data are aggregated using various analytic algorithms in the territorial units of analysis. The data can be linked to individual address data points and it can easily be mapped using standard GIS software.
The format of the data are the following:
- WGS-84 projection system
- ESRI shape or geojson
The data come from openly available official data, official data available for purchase, as well as other open source data and secondary sources. This is complemented by GeoX’s own data sources.