JODI WDB FAQ / What do colour codes indicate in the JODI WDB?

  • Profile Image Yui Torikata / IEF
  • Join Date:May 2011 Posted by  Yui Torikata/ IEF / 04.06.2014 10:17

    Colour codes are assigned by JODI organisations to indicate confidence levels of each data point.

    The assessment is carried out on different levels:
    • Comparability of the JODI data with other sources; monthly data from national and secondary sources is assessed.

    • JODI data is also compared with annual data (when available) in order to check whether the levels and trends over the years can be confirmed.

    • When no other sources are available for comparison with the JODI data, internal consistency and balance checks are carried out.

    Examples of internal consistency checks: comparing the sum of all the reported products with reported figures for total products, or when both closing and stock changes data have been submitted, comparing the consistency of the reported changes with the calculated ones.

    For more details, visit following pages:
    JODI-Oil Assessment
    JODI-Gas Assessment