National Records of Scotland

Preserving the past, Recording the present, Informing the future

List of Figures

List of Figures

Note: The figures below have been made available as Excel and Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). Maps are available in PDF only. Maximum file size is 339 Kb.

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Note: On 27 July 2007 the Mid-year population estimates for 2003-2006 were revised for the 6 Council areas of Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Dundee City, Moray and Perth & Kinross. Subsequently, this publication has been revised using these estimates. More details on the 'Revised Mid-year Population Estimates 2003-2006' are available on this website.

Figures (Revised 4th September 2007)

Figure 1

Life expectancy at birth, Scotland, 1981-2005
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 2

Life expectancy at birth 95% confidence intervals for Council areas, 2003-2005, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 3

Life expectancy at birth 95% confidence intervals for NHS Board areas, 2003-2005, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 4a

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1993-95 and 2003-05, Council area, Males [Map]
(PDF)

Figure 4b

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1993-95 and 2003-05, Council area, Females [Map]
(PDF)

Figure 4c

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1993-95 and 2003-05, Council area, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 5

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1993-95 and 2003-05, NHS Board area, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 6a

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1981-83 and 2003-05, Council area, Males [Map]
(PDF)

Figure 6b

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1981-83 and 2003-05, Council area, Females [Map]
(PDF)

Figure 6c

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1981-83 and 2003-05, Council area, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)

Figure 7

Percentage change in life expectancy at birth between 1981-83 and 2003-05, NHS Board area, Males and Females
(Excel   PDF)