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A composite indicator (CI) is a measuring and benchmark tool used to capture multi-dimensional concepts, such as Information and Communication Technology (ICT) usage. Individual indicators are selected and combined to reflect a phenomena being measured. Visualization of a composite indicator is recommended as a tool to enable interested stakeholders, as(More)
We present a work in progress on visualization of a popular Measurement and Benchmarking method, namely Composite Indicators (CIs). Composite indicators are increasingly recognized as an important tool in policy analysis and public communication and are often used to reflect performances of different units (e.g., countries, regions or organizations).(More)
Composite Indicators (CIs), are a common measurement and benchmarking tool that are used to reflect and measure multidimensional concepts such as digital divides, individual's well-being and more. Measurement iterations produce a series of time-oriented data, which stakeholders as well as the general public might be interested to interpret. Visualization of(More)
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