Figure 5.

Relative importance of drivers (radii) when predicting BIP dimensions (plot lines). The further from the center of the plot, the more important that driver is for the dimension. For example, the hosting capacity (HOST dimension) seems related mostly to the set of variables depicting the economical and resource power of countries (PWR driver). DAT: raw availability of data; GRF: Availability of quality (geo-referenced) data; HOST: hosted data; SPCS: species richness of generated data. GEO, POP: drivers of general variables; BIO: biological and species data; ENV: environmental indicators; ICT: information technology indicators; DVE, DVH: human and social development indicators; PWR, PWF: economical and financial power.

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