This section includes information on the results of our correlation analysis between digital access and SDG achievement. Results can be browsed by correlation and by country.
This section of the data tool allows you to explore the correlation between digital access and the current status of SDG achievement for a given geography or development level.
This section of the data tool allows you to explore the current status of SDGs implementation and access across the world.
|Country||SDG indicator||SDG index score||SDG Ranking|
The x-axis shows digital access as measured by GeSI's new Digital Access Index (DAI).
The y-axis illustrates SDG achievement as measured by the SDG Index of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and the Bertelsmann Foundation.
The dots represent the results of the correlation analysis for these two variables. The strength of the correlation is indicated by the R2 value, which ranges between 0 and 1. An R2 value of 0 indicates a very weak relationship between access and SDG progress, an R2 value of 1 indicates an extremely strong correlation.
1. Select an SDG
2. Select one or more indicators for that SDG (you can also select “All indicators” for the overall correlation results for that SDG)
3. Select a Digital Access Index category
4. Select one or more indicators for that DAI category (GeSI-only) – (you can also select “All indicators” for the overall correlation results for that category)
5. Select a region or development level
1. Select a region and then a country from the drop-down menus. The overall SDG Index score and ranking for your selection appear
° Select an SDG, and one or more indicators* thereof, to see the SDG Index score and ranking for that specific SDG and indicator(s), or
° Select a Digital Access Index category, and one or more indicators* thereof, to see the score and ranking for that category and indicator(s).
You can also click on “See all countries” to browse the complete world list by country, SDG score, or ranking position.
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