Joint Research Centre Data Catalogue - datasetsA RSS feed containing the selected datasets of the Joint Research Centre Data Catalogue.ODCAT2024 European Commission2024-01-17T12:34:49Z4020LUISAUI - Annual Rate of Urbanisation (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:58Z2024-01-17T12:34:49ZAnnual rate of change in urban population proportion - proportion of the population living in Local Administrative Units - 2 (LAU2s) classified as cities, towns and suburbs. Classification of LAU2s as cities, towns and suburbs is based on the LUISA degree of urbanisation projections. The population that live in cities, towns and suburbs is calculated based on total LAU2 populations, not the population of grids.LUISAUI - Urban Proportion (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:56Z2024-01-17T12:34:49ZUrban population proportion. Proportion of the population living in Local Administrative Units - 2 (LAU2s) classified as cities, towns and suburbs. Classification of LAU2s as cities, towns and suburbs is based on the LUISA degree of urbanization projections. The population that live in cities, towns and suburbs is calculated based on total LAU2 populations, not the population of grids.LUISAUI - Population weighted density (LUISA Platform REF2014)2018-12-14T09:42:57Z2024-01-17T12:34:49ZPopulation weighted density refers to a metric which measures the density at which the average citizen lives. It is calculated by taking weighted average of the density of all parcels of land that make up a city, with each parcel weighted by its population (using the formula D=Σ(Pidi)/ΣPi, where D is the population-weighted density of an metro area and Pi and di the respective population and density of each “parcels”). For this indicator, we extend this concept to larger geographical boundaries (LAU2 or country) and consider 1ha pixels as “parcels”. The unit of the indicator is person / ha.LUISAUDP - Population weighted density, 2010 - 2050 (JRC LUISA Reference Scenario 2016)2018-12-14T09:43:02Z2024-01-17T12:34:49ZPopulation weighted density refers to a metric which measures the density at which the average citizen lives. It is calculated by taking weighted average of the density of all parcels of land that make up a city, with each parcel weighted by its population (using the formula D=Σ(Pidi)/ΣPi, where D is the population-weighted density of an metro area and Pi and di the respective population and density of each “parcels”). For this indicator, we extend this concept to larger geographical boundaries (LAU2 or country) and consider 1km pixels as “parcels”. The unit of the indicator is person / km2.