Graphical Statistical Methods for the Representation of the Human Development Index and its Components

Graphical Statistical Methods for the Representation of the Human Development Index and its Components In this paper w e introduce five graphical statistical methods to compare countries level of development relative to other countries and across time For this we use seven panels of data on the Human

  • Title: Graphical Statistical Methods for the Representation of the Human Development Index and its Components
  • Author: César A. Hidalgo
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  • Page: 105
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  • In this paper w e introduce five graphical statistical methods to compare countries level of development relative to other countries and across time For this, we use seven panels of data on the Human Development Index and its components, containing information on than 100 countries for than 35 years We create visual comparisons of the level of development of coIn this paper w e introduce five graphical statistical methods to compare countries level of development relative to other countries and across time For this, we use seven panels of data on the Human Development Index and its components, containing information on than 100 countries for than 35 years We create visual comparisons of the level of development of countries relative to each other, and across time, through five different visualization techniques i Rankings ii Values iii Distributions iv visual metaphors The Development Tree , and v networks, b y introducing the concepts of Partial Ordering Networks PON and Development Reference Groups DRG.The graphical exploration of both, values and distributions, show a saturation of both the education and life dimensions of the HDI, suggesting a need to extend the definitions of this components to include either subcomponents, or completely new measures that could help differentiate between countries facing different development challenges The Development Tree and the Partial Ordering Network, on the other hand, are used to create graphical narratives of countries and regions The simplicity of t he Development Tree makes it an ideal graphical metaphor for branding the HDI in a multilingual setting, whereas Partial Ordering Networks provide a organic way to group countries according to their levels of development and connect countries to those with similar development challenges We conclude by arguing that graphical statistical methods could be used to help communicate complex data and concepts through universal cognitive channels that are heretofore underused in the development literature.

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