Phone: 03 9878 3477
The Christian Research Association (CRA) is a non-profit organisation established by and responsible to churches of all the major Christian denominations, founded in 1985 to provide churches with information about religious faith in the Australian context.
The CRA provides customised reports on local areas and national trends particularly in relation to religious identification and for religious organisations including churches, schools and welfare organisation.
The Bureau of Transport Statistics provides Journey to Work Data from the 2006, 2001 and earlier Censuses. Employment by travel zone, origin zone, mode of journey to work, industry, occupation and demographic variables.
Phone: 02 9436 3820
ArcCensus 2006 is an ArcGIS extension and compiled ESRI file geodatabase that is managed from its own ArcMap toolbar. It enables you to build a new feature class of census information from selected census attributes combined with standard or user-defined boundary sets. The census layer is automatically integrated with all the other spatial data in the ArcMap session and managed with standard ArcGIS functionality.
ArcCensus 2006 provides instant access to the 2006 census data with the ArcCensus 2006 toolbar on your ArcMap desktop and data stored in optimised repositories on your computer. It saves you time and costs by consolidating and presenting data from over ten thousand raw files in the ABS 2006 Basic Community Profile Data Pack.
Optional data packs are available for SEIFA 2006 and historical Basic Community Profiles for 2001 and 1996.
Key features of ArcCensus 2006:
- Flexible geographic selection capability. Select from standard ABS geographic boundaries or choose your organisation's own customised boundaries.
- Aggregate any level of census statistics (eg CD, SLA Etc) to user-defined polygons by proportioning each intersecting fraction according to its percentage of the total area.
- Choose your geographies using the ABS hierarchies eg select CDs by selecting Local Government Areas from a list or a map
- Intuitively find and select census statistics columns to be attributed to your geography.
- Select a range of ABS data cells across several census tables.
- Create your own statistical columns using formulae based on the selected census cells.
- Store both geographic selections and census data set definitions, including calculated cells, as metadata. This allows the same census field set to be defined once and used with many different geography sets or to use the same geography set for multiple census data extracts.
- Generate reports from the data in your new layers. These can be printed or imported into other office applications for further analysis and formatting.
ArcCensus 2011 will be released in later in 2012.
|.id is a company of demographers, housing analysts, forecasters and Census data experts who have developed on-line demographic and economic information products. .id stands for "informed decisions" and our work is to provide decision makers within government, business and the wider community with readily accessible, easy to use and understand information about local populations and how they are changing. We share a lot of our insights through the .id blog.|
We develop online information products specifically for Local Government decision makers. We have delivered over 500 websites containing demographic information about local areas to more than 220 councils in Australia & New Zealand. In doing so we have profiled around 75% of the population. Collectively we call this body of work the .id community. It is a public resource that can be accessed here. Our belief is that by making demographic information accessible to the broadest possible audience and promoting evidence-based decision making, we are contributing to a fairer and more sustainable society. Learn more...
We have the largest population forecasting team in Australia. The team's latest project has been building highly detailed population forecasts for the whole of Victoria at the CCD (Census Collection District) level and smaller. This provides great flexibility in building the forecasts into any required catchment and are designed to be used by the commerical sector for demand forecasting. Learn more...
.id has developed a web-based technology platform branded placemaker™, that combines sophisticated database technology with a data analysis and spatial visualisation front-end. placemaker™ provides business with insights into how effectively their business is operating in a place, and enables them to explore and indentify other places that they may also effectively conduct their business. Learn more ...
Economic data section
.id (informed decisions)
Phone: 03 9417 2205
.id is a company of demographers, housing analysts, forecasters and Census data experts who have developed on-line demographic and economic information products. .id stands for "informed decisions" and our work is to provide decision makers within government, business and the wider community with readily accessible, easy to use and understand information about local economies and how they are changing. We share a lot of our insights through the .id blog. We have developed an economic profile specifically for the needs of Local Government.
economy.id® - an online economic profile that pulls together numerous datasets into a comprehensive story of a local economy. economy.id® enables you to accurately describe, explore and promote your local or regional economy. Example site: www.id.com.au/economy/monash
Telephone: 02 9585 0200
Census Applications provides a large variety of services ranging from mathematical modelling, through mapping to survey design and administration. Population projections and derived information such as dwelling projections are a particular focus of our work.
CASAS (small area system) provides easy access to Census data by custom area or locality. It provides 45 basic community profile tables, plus 10 others derived from these, via a Microsoft Excel based interface. Area data can readily be compared over time, from 1986 to 2006.
DEMOGRAPH (population projection software) Demograph users can easily make population projections for an area based on 2001 and 2006 Census data using this cohort component model.
Phone: 07 4684 1388
Eighty20.com.au is an Australian web site dedicated to assisting Australian organisations make decisions using the best possible data.
Eighty20.com.au contains the latest Census and exclusive business data in an easy to understand format. Data can be accessed on Australia as a whole, right down to postcode and Census Collection Districts (groups of 200 households). Email for a free on-line trial of the system.
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Maptitude Mapping Software is the intelligent mapping solution for business, government, and education. Maptitude is a powerful combination of software and geographic data that provides everything you need to realize the benefits of desktop mapping, web-mapping, and spatial analysis with a single, easy-to-use package. Consulting services are also available. Demo: http://www.caliper.com/demos/AustraliaDemo.htm Mapping Software for Australia: http://www.caliper.com/Maptitude/International/Australia.htm Australia Data DVD: http://www.caliper.com/DataCDs/AustralianData.htm Mapping Software for New Zealand: http://www.caliper.com/Maptitude/International/NewZealand.htm New Zealand Data CD: http://www.caliper.com/DataCDs/NewZealandData.htm