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Look-whos-walking
We’ve remixed some census data from from 2011 to help us understand how Sydneysiders walk to work. We wanted to get an idea of how walkers ‘flow’ from home to work. Full size visualisations is here Source data: http://www.bts.nsw.gov.au/Statistics/Journey-to-Work/ RideableRead More
10 of the most
Mixing ‘top 10s’ from different, often very subjective, independent surveys can be somewhat misleading, but it is fun! The definition of ‘Liveability’. We picked the Economist’s measure of Living Standards which uses “data such crime rates, health statistics, sanitation standards, and expenditures on city services. Their primary clients, government and corporations, are interested in assessing “the degree to which expatriates enjoy the potential standard of living in the host location”. Ref Of course, when looking at ‘Bicycle Friendly’ cities, the popular go to website quoted is Copenhaganize. Interestingly the top ten most bicycleRead More
Census data for cyclists
Ever wondered how Sydney connects when it comes to cycle commuting? Check out our new graphic (in beta) on the link below which uses Census data to show how our communities connect to each other while on the daily commute. Latest visualisation here How does it work? Click, zoom and pan around the Sydney region to see which areas are connected (inbound and outbound) through cycle commuting. And here’s the source data: http://www.bts.nsw.gov.au/Statistics/Journey-to-Work/default.asp If any one is interested in the code used to create graphic please let us know and we’d be happy toRead More