This map shows data on Internet users by country and gender from the International Telecommunication Union. The data was gathered through official household surveys through an annual questionnaire by ITU, who has been providing training courses on measuring ICT access and use by households and individuals in developing countries. The latest statistics were gathered in 2012, so the current situation probably looks different.
The data is far from being comprehensive, from those countries available Turkey is by far the worst regarding gender balance.
You can see the data value for an individual geographic unit (e .g. country, state, county) by moving the mouse over it.
You can zoom in by clicking on a unit and zoom out by clicking on the same unit or any point on the map outside of units.
Click on the button in the top menu to see the IPython notebook with the code to retrieve and process the data.
Click on the button in the top menu to see the data table used for the maps.
Click on the button to download the currently displayed map as a PNG image.
If you see in the top menu you can choose a color scheme from the drop down displayed on click.
If there is a menu item named
Choose Dataset on the left in the top menu, you can choose different data series to display on the map from that drop down.