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Chief Statistician of the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin. — Picture via FACEBOOK

My Local Stats 2021 data uploaded on interactive visualisation platform

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 20 — My Local Stats 2021 data has been uploaded on the My Local Stats interactive visualisation platform on the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) portal and mobile app.

The interactive visualisation contains key socio-economic statistics at state and administrative district levels from 2019 until 2021 based on the My Local Stats 2021 which was published on November 17, 2022.

Chief Statistician Datuk Seri Mohd Uzir Mahidin in a statement today said the interactive visualisation comprises 16 areas and contains 327 economic and social indicators.

“My Local Stats interactive visualisation facilitates data search using a user-friendly platform as well as provides a new dimension to access statistics visually,” he said.

Among the indicators available in both web and mobile app, up to the state and administrative district levels are population by sex and ethnicity; the number of the existing stock of residential units, completed residential units, incoming supply of residential units and planned supply of residential units; principal statistics of the labour force; and the number of government hospitals and clinics.

Mohd Uzir said that compared to the previous interactive visualisation, the My Local Stats 2021 features an additional 54 new indicators at the DOSM portal and three new indicators in mobile apps.

Among the indicators are the air quality status, number of unsold under-construction residential and unsold not constructed residential units, housing price index, composition of monthly household consumption expenditure, number of Covid-19 vaccine recipients and number of newly registered cases of Persons with Disabilities (PWD).

The My Local Stats interactive visual can be accessed via the link.

— Bernama

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