Like all of our screens, the tradeflow charts and seasonality charts screens can be adjusted using the green box on the left to focus on either tanker or bulker departures and arrivals.
By clicking on certain data in one chart, this will rearrange the data in another diagram to reflect this query.
Clicking ‘go to next level in hierarchy’ on the ‘Import Country’ or ‘Export Country’ table lets you view data for sub continents, clicking again lets you view country data. return to the previous list, simply click drill up to go back.
Similarly, you can drill down into a country’s data on the imports and exports tables by clicking the drill down button at the top right of each table. By doing this, the charts will adjust to the data you have selected. For example, clicking the drill down button and then clicking on Asia, Far East and then China, changes the other charts to reflect data for China. By holding the control key, you can select variables in other charts. For example, holding control and clicking agriculture and China, we can see that most agriculture imports to China come from North America and Latin America.
These features work on both the tradeflow charts and seasonality charts screen.
Tradeflow charts provide interactive diagrams and charts on trade movement in the world. On the tradeflow charts screen, there is a chart available for tradeflow in million tonnes, a bar chart for average miles by cargoes, a line graph to reflect cargo growth and a graph to reflect the correlation between tonnes and tonne miles.
Our seasonality charts screen is designed to display cargo data throughout seasons. We have provided line charts to display monthly trade, quarterly trade, trade by quarter and calculate monthly seasonal trends over a three-year period. Each of these will be adjusted if data from the initial exports and imports tables has been selected.
If you require further assistance using these screens, please contact our team who will be happy to help