Chapter 3: Interpreting data clearly
For those curious about levels of well-being of people across Europe, this is where things start getting interesting. Which countries have the highest levels of personal and social well-being? How are the patterns different for different aspects of well-being? In which aspects does a particular country do well or badly? What about differences with respect to different age groups, genders and income levels? What about how distributions vary from country to country? Which countries have high well-being inequality and which have low well-being inequality? The number of questions one can ask is endless and we encourage you to explore them freely. For now we present a few examples of the kinds of things you can do.