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Title: Horizon 2020 - CORDIS: analysis
Author: Radoselovics Almagro, Ana
Director: Pino Moure, Gustavo
Tutor: Melià Seguí, Joan Antoni  
Pujol Jover, Maria  
Keywords: CORDIS
Horizon 2020
Power BI
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: Purpose of this work is to analyse Open Data published in the context of EU H2020 CORDIS Project as well as macroeconomic data of the involved countries. The objective is to know how the EU funds are assigned by topic, year and location as well as to analyse how are the projects impacting in the economic and human development of the european society. Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation program ever. Purpose is to improve the quality of life as well as the development level of each country. Horizon 2020 focuses on three key areas: Excellence Science, Industrial Leadership and Societal Challenges. The analysis has three parts. Two correlation analysis and a clustering analysis done with R. A Dashboard developed with Power BI. The correlation analysis relates H2020 Assigned Funds as well as local Country investments in Education, Health and R&D with macroeconomic parameters. Conclusions are that the EU Assigned Funds as well as the investments of each participant country are directly related with the economic development and the quality of life. The clustering analysis does a segmentation of the participant states depending how much money was invested in every key area and how big is the GDP per capita. The result gives three groups of countries. The bigger are the assignments the higher is the GDP. The Dashboard allows the user to navigate through four sheets which show in detail the relevant information about CORDIS as well as the correlations between assignments, economic and social parameters.
Language: English
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