Data-mining tool: The World We Want 2015 visualizations allows you to easily browse Consultations led by the United Nations Development Group, and Civil Society. Also, the datasets include Sustainable Development Solutions, created by Communities and Academia. You can search the datasets by: Consultation, Region, Countries, and keywords. The bubbles here represent different issues, while the connecting lines represent the relationship among these issues. The wider the connecting line, the stronger the relationship.
VIEWVisualization tool: The World We Want Activity Map features circles which represent individual pieces of information, and are color-coded. There is a key in the top right hand corner to show you what type of information is being presented. Moving your cursor over a bubble, will also show you the connections which exist between the 11 tagged thematic issues.
VIEWVisualization tool: The MY World Dataset displays real-time results of the MY World Survey: the United Nations Survey for a Better World. You can view votes by: gender, age, education, and the Human development Index, HDI. The user can also directly view a real-time breakdown of listed priorities, which can also be disaggregated by: country, gender, education level, and age. Other breakdowns can also be found, located further down on the page.
Visualization tool: The MY World Priorities Heat Map shows each MY World priority, disaggregated by percentage of votes per country in the visual representation of the world. This tool will also allow you to cross-compare the priorities of three distinct countries, and more easily view differences in priorities.
Visualization tool: MY World Free Text Analysis allows you to search the results of the optional 17th MY World priority, where a voter can write in an extra priority, or suggestion, as free text. The graph shows how voters that wrote in the 17th option, about a specific topic, ranked each priority in comparison to average voters.
Interactive Big Data Analytics: The Post-2015 Social Media conversation shows the 20 countries that have proportionately tweeted the most about each MY World Priority. The percentages show the volume of tweets that were generated in that country about the highlighted topic, in comparison to tweets about all the other topics. Thereby giving us insight on where in the world the various Post-2015 issues are talked about the most.
VIEWInteractive Big Data Analytics: UN Global Pulse How the World Tweets: Climate Change United Nations Global Pulse developed this social media monitoring dashboard to explore and measure online conversations about climate change around the world in support of the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Summit in September 2014.
Reports archive: Reports allows you to access a variety of reports, by different Institutions such as, United Nations (UN), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and by type: MY World Reports, World We Want 2015 reports, and Country Specific reports.