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Statistics

Statistics

German statistics were introduced in 1749 by Gottfried Achenwall and originally described “the science of state-related data.” Today, statistics are regarded as an individual mathematical science, comprising the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data.


municipal districts

Example 1: The people in the municipal districts of Bielefeld

On this web page, we´d like to show you three examples of statistics for Bielefeld. First of all, you´ll see the number of inhabitants – when you click on the picture on the right, you´ll how many people live in the 10 municipal districts in your town!

Children and young people

Example 2: Children and young people in Bielefeld

Statisticians want to know more than just how many people live in a town. For example, they´re also interested in how many couples are married, how many people are working in Bielefeld or how many young people and how many older people there are. Click on the picture on the left to find out more about the proportion of children and youngsters in Bielefeld!


Nursery school places

Example 3: Nursery school places in Bielefeld

The statisticians can use this information to help other colleagues in administration with decision-making. For example, there are often discussions about nursery schools (KiTas), where small children are taken care of. Click on the numbers on the right to see how many there are in Bielefeld!

DemographieberichtIf you want to know more about demography and statistics, you can have a look at the demographic Report for 2016 and learn lots more about Bielefeld!

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