Since the 1990s the Internet has successfully paved its way to our offices and homes and we use it for entertainment and work on a daily basis. There is no denying that we live in a digital era which basically means that everything can be found online.
Since the 1990s the Internet has successfully paved its way to our offices and homes and we use it for entertainment and work on a daily basis. There is no denying that we live in a digital era which basically means that everything can be found online. And if it can’t, we often assume that it does not exist. However, experience shows that each virtual piece of information should be double-checked and taken with a grain of salt, as many times it turns out to be incomplete or untrue. Clarity and transparency of data is especially important when we speak about population information. There are many websites that offer demographic statistics, however the datasets they publish are often outdated or incorrect. With that in mind, the developers behind Populationof.net, a brand new online resource for factual population and demographic information, decided to build reliable and all-encompassing virtual repository of knowledge containing only the most up-to-date population information gathered from government websites and official registries. This innovative platform is designed in accordance with modern web design techniques and it uses a supersonic search engine and smart algorithms that are able to pick up the most relevant data within a matter of seconds. When it comes to the layout of the page, it is quite straightforward and intuitive, thus minimising the time the visitors spend on necessary research and maximising the end user experience.
Population data is essential to numerous research and scientific branches. It is used in planning and calculating governmental funding, it aids entrepreneurs in evaluating possible success of their upcoming ventures, and it helps students who support their academic research with demographic facts and figures. Populationof.net is an online resource designed to meet expectations of everyone interested in the world of demographics. The unlimited access to all site’s functionalities is – and always will be – free of charge. You will never be asked to set up an account, or provide your personal information to take full advantage of the data published on the website. On the top of that, Populationof.net is available on all modern portable devices, therefore you can have this powerful repository always within your reach.
What kind of data can you find on Populationof.net? The platform is divided into several sections. On the main page you can see virtual flashcards containing basic world population information. There are also flashcards displaying a brief overview of population data from six major geographic regions - Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, Oceania and Latin America and the Caribbean Region. If you need more details, click on the name of the region and you will be redirected to its dedicated subpage where you can find population, median age, rural and urban population, rate of population growth and migration rate statistics. This section also houses internal links to country subpages. All information is presented in a form of user-friendly charts and neatly organised tables which come together with a short commentary. Populationof.net gathers information dating back to the 1960s, thus enabling the users to track population changes in particular countries and regions. It also features a table with estimated population predictions up to 2050 that could be used for reference.