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To use them, you must expand them first, so you need the appropriate software.
Many download sites offer expansion programs free of charge.
INSEE has chosen Beyond 20/20®
software for disseminating a significant proportion of its data. This Canadian application is used by many
Description and link to a software download page
What is an RSS feed?
RSS (for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) is an “Internet Content Syndication” format. It allows users to receive information updates without having to visit the original site: the information is updated automatically.
How do I use RSS feeds?
If your web browser is RSS-enabled, it will automatically generate a distinctive icon to inform you of the presence of RSS feeds on the selected site. By clicking on the icon, you can subscribe to the feed, then access it directly in the browser.
Firefox, Opera, Safari and Internet Explorer version 7 are RSS-enabled.
You can also use an RSS feed “aggregator”—a software application that retrieves the feeds and enables you to read them.
To use the interactive infographics, your browser or an external module needs to handle the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.
If your browser is Internet Explorer, you will need to download Adobe's free SVG Viewer external module first. The module is available in many languages and for the most widely used operating systems (Windows, Macintosh, Linux, etc.). You can download at the following address (website in English): http://www.adobe.com/svg/viewer/install/
After downloading, you must install the module on your computer. If your operating system is Windows NT, 2000 or XP, you need administrator's rights on your machine in order to perform the installation. If this is not the case, you will need assistance from your organization's IT department.