From the webpage:
The OECD Gender Data Portal includes selected indicators shedding light on gender inequalities in education, employment, entrepreneurship, health and development, showing how far we are from achieving gender equality and where actions is most needed. The data cover OECD member countries, as well as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, and South Africa. (emphasis in the original)
Data indicators are grouped into employment, education, entrepreneurship, health and development.
A major data source for those who feel the need to demonstrate gender discrimination but seems to be lacking for those of us who take gender discrimination as given.
That is those of us who acknowledge gender discrimination exists, that it should be changed and who are looking for solutions, not more documentation that gender discrimination exists.
Sadly, pointing out gender discrimination does exist has proven largely ineffectual in reducing it presence in American society for example.
Gender and gender discrimination being extremely complex human issues, can be summarized but not addressed by macro-level data.
Changing hearts and minds is more a matter of personal interaction at a micro-level. To that extent the macro-level data may motivate us to more personal interaction but isn’t the answer to what is a person-to-person issue.