Quantile Data:
People, Resources
Resources
per Quantile
#Inequalities and resource per quantile element
2420,*337
993,*3820
1868,*6375
3174,*8650
3565,*11225
3486,*13668
3753,*16057
2974,*18624
3731,*20979
3070,*23682
3728,*26009
2586,*28629
3797,*30902
2421,*33649
3384,*36002
2404,*38656
3548,*40936
2202,*43643
2906,*45968
2077,*48632
3256,*50892
1927,*53620
2595,*56007
1787,*58601
2789,*60897
1659,*63649
2112,*65943
1449,*68626
2189,*71004
1505,*73653
1998,*75964
1314,*78612
1872,*80934
1220,*83733
1573,*85985
1123,*88636
1566,*90968
987,*93620
1216,*96043
972,*98641
14214,*119534
5115,*169466
2012,*219617
2245,*418063
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With "*" the resources are per capita. (If there is only 1 person per quantile or all quantiles have the same amount of persons, then "*" is not necessary.)
Without "*" the resources are per quantile. (The resources are the total of the resources of all people in the quantile.)


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