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نمودارهای جالب توزیع سنی جمعیت ایران

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× جالب است که قلنبه‌ی بعدی که از نمودار بیرون خواهد زد نیز نسل فرزندان همین‌ها خواهند بود و …

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پ.ن: لینک در پرشین بلاگ+

 
بیان دیدگاه

نوشته شده توسط در 19 ژانویه 2012 در نگاه اقتصادی, نگاه اجتماعی, آمار, غم زمانه

 

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ایران و ترکیه

آمارهای موجود در فکت شیت های دایره المعارف انکارتا 2009 را برای ایران و ترکیه استخراج کردم و در یک فایل اکسل، کنار یکدیگر نشانیدم.

در زمینه های کلی و جزئی. از جمعیت و مساحت بگیر تا شاخص های اقتصادی و سلامت و سواد و …

برای خودم که جالب بود، برای شما هم جالب خواهد بود.

این فایل (اکسل+ یا پی دی اف+) اش است.

 
بیان دیدگاه

نوشته شده توسط در 7 ژانویه 2012 در نگاه اقتصادی, نگاه سیاسی, آمار

 

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ایرن و ترکیه (منبع، دایره المعارف انکارتا 2009)

Iran Turkey 
Basic Facts
Official name Islamic Republic of Iran Republic of Turkey Official name
Capital Tehrān Ankara Capital
Area 1,648,000 sq km 779,452 sq km Area
  636,300 sq mi 300,948 sq mi  
People
Population 65,875,223 (2008 estimate) 71,892,807 (2008 estimate) Population
Population growth     Population growth
Population growth rate 0.79 percent (2008 estimate) 1.01 percent (2008 estimate) Population growth rate
Projected population in 2025 76,779,032 (2025 estimate) 82,204,623 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2025
Projected population in 2050 81,490,039 (2050 estimate) 86,473,786 (2050 estimate) Projected population in 2050
       
Population density 40 persons per sq km (2008 estimate) 93 persons per sq km (2008 estimate) Population density
  104 persons per sq mi (2008 estimate) 242 persons per sq mi (2008 estimate)  
       
Urban/rural distribution     Urban/rural distribution
Share urban 68 percent (2005 estimate) 67 percent (2005 estimate) Share urban
Share rural 32 percent (2005 estimate) 33 percent (2005 estimate) Share rural
       
Largest cities, with population     Largest cities, with population
Tehrān 6,758,845 (2006) 11,174,257 (2007 estimate) İstanbul
Mashhad 2,926,000 (2007 estimate) 3,428,000 (2003 estimate) Ankara
Eşfahān 1,001,000 (2007 estimate) 2,409,000 (2000) İzmir
Shīrāz 1,263,244 (2006) 459,877 (2007 estimate) Bursa
Karaj 941,000 (2007 estimate) 395,388 (2007 estimate) Adana
       
Ethnic groups     Ethnic groups
Persian 60 percent 80 percent Turkish
Azerbaijani and other Turkic 25 percent 17 percent Kurdish
Kurdish 7 percent 3 percent Other
Lur 2 percent    
Baluch, Turkmen, and other 6 percent    
       
Languages     Languages
Persian (Farsi) and Persian dialects 58 percent   Turkish (official), Kurdish, Arabic
Turkic and Turkic dialects 26 percent    
Kurdish 9 percent    
Luri, Baluchi, Arabic, Turkmen, and other 7 percent    
       
Religious affiliations     Religious affiliations
Shiite Muslim 93 percent 99 percent Muslim (mostly Sunni Muslim)
Sunni Muslim 6 percent 1 percent Nonreligious and others
Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christian, and Baha’i 1 percent    
       
Health and Education
Life expectancy     Life expectancy
Total 70.9 years (2008 estimate) 73.1 years (2008 estimate) Total
Female 72.4 years (2008 estimate) 75.7 years (2008 estimate) Female
Male 69.4 years (2008 estimate) 70.7 years (2008 estimate) Male
       
Infant mortality rate 37 deaths per 1,000 live births (2008 estimate) 37 deaths per 1,000 live births (2008 estimate) Infant mortality rate
       
Population per physician 2,223 people (2004) 641 people (2006) Population per physician
       
Population per hospital bed 625 people (2001) 385 people (2005) Population per hospital bed
       
Literacy rate     Literacy rate
Total 81.3 percent (2005 estimate) 87.6 percent (2005 estimate) Total
Female 75.2 percent (2005 estimate) 80.1 percent (2005 estimate) Female
Male 87.2 percent (2005 estimate) 94.9 percent (2005 estimate) Male
       
Education expenditure as a share of gross national product (GNP) 4.9 percent (2002-2003) 3.6 percent (2002-2003) Education expenditure as a share of gross national product (GNP)
       
Number of years of compulsory schooling 5 years (2002-2003) 9 years (2002-2003) Number of years of compulsory schooling
       
Number of students per teacher, primary school 24 students per teacher (2002-2003) 28 students per teacher (1997) Number of students per teacher, primary school
       
Government
Form of government Islamic republic Presidential republic Form of government
       
Head of state Wali Faqih (supreme religious leader) President Head of state
       
Head of government President Prime minister Head of government
Legislature Unicameral legislature Unicameral legislature Legislature
  Majlis (Islamic Consultative Assembly): 290 members National Assembly: 550 deputies  
       
Voting qualifications Universal at age 15 Universal at age 18 Voting qualifications
       
Constitution 2-3 December 1979; revised 1989 to expand powers of the presidency and to eliminate the prime ministry   Constitution
      7 November 1982; amended 1987, 1995, 2003, 2004
       
Highest court Supreme Court Constitutional Court, Court of Cassation Highest court
Armed forces Army, Navy, Air Force, Revolutionary Guard Corps Army, Navy, Air Force Armed forces
Total number of military personnel 420,000 (2004) 514,850 (2004) Total number of military personnel
Military expenditures as a share of gross domestic product (GDP) 2.4 percent (2003) 4.9 percent (2003) Military expenditures as a share of gross domestic product (GDP)
       
First-level political divisions 30 provinces 80 provinces First-level political divisions
       
Economy
Gross domestic product (GDP, in U.S.$) $217.9 billion (2006) $403 billion (2006) Gross domestic product (GDP, in U.S.$)
       
GDP per capita (U.S.$) $3,108.50 (2006) $5,518.50 (2006) GDP per capita (U.S.$)
       
GDP by economic sector     GDP by economic sector
Agriculture, forestry, fishing 10.4 percent (2006) 9.7 percent (2006) Agriculture, forestry, fishing
Industry 44.6 percent (2006) 26.8 percent (2006) Industry
Services 45 percent (2006) 63.5 percent (2006) Services
       
Employment     Employment
Number of workers 29,064,702 (2006) 27,378,191 (2006) Number of workers
       
Workforce share of economic sector     Workforce share of economic sector
Agriculture, forestry, fishing 25 percent (2005) 30 percent (2005) Agriculture, forestry, fishing
Industry 30 percent (2005) 25 percent (2005) Industry
Services 45 percent (2005) 46 percent (2005) Services
Unemployment rate 11.6 percent (2003) 10.3 percent (2005) Unemployment rate
       
National budget (U.S.$)     National budget (U.S.$)
Total revenue $78,852 million (2006) $132,712 million (2006) Total revenue
Total expenditure $54,018 million (2006) $117,603 million (2006) Total expenditure
       
Monetary unit     Monetary unit
  1 Iranian rial (IR), consisting of 100 dinars   1 New Turkish lira (YTL), consisting of 100 new kurus
       
Agriculture     Agriculture
Wheat, barley, potatoes, rice, grapes, fresh and dried fruit, sugar beets, sugarcane, vegetables, pulses, maize, tea, tobacco, oilseeds, pistachio nuts, mutton and poultry     Cotton, tobacco, wheat, fruit, nuts, barley, sunflower and other oilseeds, maize, sugar beets, potatoes, tea, olives, livestock
       
Mining     Mining
Petroleum, natural gas, coal, iron ore, chromite, lead, zinc, copper, manganese     Chromium, boron, copper, petroleum, natural gas, lignite, bauxite, iron ore, manganese, antimony, lead, zinc, sulfur
       
Manufacturing     Manufacturing
Textiles, food products, construction material, nonelectrical machinery, iron and steel, petrochemicals     Textiles, food products, refined petroleum, iron and steel, industrial chemicals
       
Major exports     Major exports
Crude petroleum and petroleum products, carpets, fruits, nuts, animal hides     Textiles, iron and steel, dried fruits, leather garments, tobacco, petroleum products
       
Major imports     Major imports
Machinery, iron and steel, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, refined petroleum products     Machinery, crude petroleum, transportation vehicles, iron and steel, chemical products
       
Major trade partners for exports     Major trade partners for exports
Japan, China, Italy, South Korea, and Greece     Germany, United States, Italy, United Kingdom, and France
       
Major trade partners for imports     Major trade partners for imports
Germany, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Russia, and France     Germany, Italy, Russia, United States, and France
       
Energy, Communications, and Transportation
Electricity production     Electricity production
Electricity from thermal sources 92.97 percent (2003 estimate) 73.68 percent (2003 estimate) Electricity from thermal sources
Electricity from hydroelectric sources 7.03 percent (2003 estimate) 26.17 percent (2003 estimate) Electricity from hydroelectric sources
Electricity from nuclear sources 0 percent (2003 estimate) 0 percent (2003 estimate) Electricity from nuclear sources
Electricity from geothermal, solar, and wind sources 0 percent (2003 estimate) 0.16 percent (2003 estimate) Electricity from geothermal, solar, and wind sources
       
Number of radios per 1,000 people 252 (1998 estimate) 562 (2000 estimate) Number of radios per 1,000 people
       
Number of telephones per 1,000 people 278 (2005) 263 (2005) Number of telephones per 1,000 people
       
Number of televisions per 1,000 people 158 (2000 estimate) 443 (2000 estimate) Number of televisions per 1,000 people
       
Number of Internet hosts per 10,000 people 0.76 (2003) 53 (2003) Number of Internet hosts per 10,000 people
       
Daily newspaper circulation per 1,000 people 24 (1996) 111 (1996) Daily newspaper circulation per 1,000 people
       
Number of motor vehicles per 1,000 people 41 (1997) 108 (2004) Number of motor vehicles per 1,000 people
       
Paved road as a share of total roads 67 percent (2003) 42 percent (2002) Paved road as a share of total roads
       
Sources
Basic Facts and People sections     Basic Facts and People sections
Area data are from the statistical bureaus of individual countries. Population, population growth rate, and population projections are from the United States Census Bureau, International Programs Center, International Data Base (IDB) (www.census.gov). Urban and rural population data are from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN), FAOSTAT database (www.fao.org). Largest cities population data and political divisions data are from the statistical bureaus of individual countries. Ethnic divisions and religion data are largely from the latest Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) World Factbook and from various country censuses and reports. Language data are largely from the Ethnologue, Languages of the World, Summer Institute of Linguistics International (www.sil.org).     Area data are from the statistical bureaus of individual countries. Population, population growth rate, and population projections are from the United States Census Bureau, International Programs Center, International Data Base (IDB) (www.census.gov). Urban and rural population data are from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN), FAOSTAT database (www.fao.org). Largest cities population data and political divisions data are from the statistical bureaus of individual countries. Ethnic divisions and religion data are largely from the latest Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) World Factbook and from various country censuses and reports. Language data are largely from the Ethnologue, Languages of the World, Summer Institute of Linguistics International (www.sil.org).
       
       
Health and Education section     Health and Education section
Life expectancy and infant mortality data are from the United States Census Bureau, International Programs Center, International database (IDB) (www.census.gov). Population per physician and population per hospital bed data are from the World Health Organization (WHO) (www.who.int). Education data are from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) database (www.unesco.org).     Life expectancy and infant mortality data are from the United States Census Bureau, International Programs Center, International database (IDB) (www.census.gov). Population per physician and population per hospital bed data are from the World Health Organization (WHO) (www.who.int). Education data are from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) database (www.unesco.org).
       
       
Government section     Government section
Government, independence, legislature, constitution, highest court, and voting qualifications data are largely from various government Web sites, the latest Europa World Yearbook, and the latest Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) World Factbook. The armed forces data is from Military Balance.     Government, independence, legislature, constitution, highest court, and voting qualifications data are largely from various government Web sites, the latest Europa World Yearbook, and the latest Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) World Factbook. The armed forces data is from Military Balance.
       
       
Economy section     Economy section
Gross domestic product (GDP), GDP per capita, GDP by economic sectors, employment, and national budget data are from the World Bank database (www.worldbank.org). Monetary unit, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, exports, imports, and major trade partner information is from the statistical bureaus of individual countries, latest Europa World Yearbook, and various United Nations and International Monetary Fund (IMF) publications.     Gross domestic product (GDP), GDP per capita, GDP by economic sectors, employment, and national budget data are from the World Bank database (www.worldbank.org). Monetary unit, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, exports, imports, and major trade partner information is from the statistical bureaus of individual countries, latest Europa World Yearbook, and various United Nations and International Monetary Fund (IMF) publications.
       
       
Energy, Communication, and Transportation section     Energy, Communication, and Transportation section
Electricity information is from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) database (www.eia.doe.gov). Radio, telephone, television, and newspaper information is from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) database (www.unesco.org). Internet hosts, motor vehicles, and road data are from the World Bank database (www.worldbank.org).     Electricity information is from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) database (www.eia.doe.gov). Radio, telephone, television, and newspaper information is from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) database (www.unesco.org). Internet hosts, motor vehicles, and road data are from the World Bank database (www.worldbank.org).
       
       
Note     Note
Figures may not total 100 percent due to rounding.     Figures may not total 100 percent due to rounding.
       
       
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