In preparation for this occasion, MapDeck.com is making its 2011 version of the Basic Community Profiles for Postal Areas dataset freely available. This free data release gives MapDeck.com users a chance to experience its unique capabilities of custom-map creation and personalised in-map analytics – and get ready for the avalanche of information that will be published in coming months!
It is a “big data set about small areas” - in total there are 7,942 individual data items, spread across 66 tables, which can all be used for mapping. There is also a companion data set in Excel format which helps explain the structure of the data and what is specifically available in individual tables.
Postal Area Boundaries 2011 and 2016 are already available for free perusal on the MapDeck.com platform and both versions can be conveniently compared on the Australian Postcodes map.
Below you will find links to several public maps - they are published as examples of what can be created with MapDeck’s Thematic Mapper app:
Population by Postal Areas, Australia 2011
Dwellings by Postal Areas, Australia 2011
Selected Averages by Postal Areas, Australia 2011
|Proportions of females to males by Postal Area, 2011|
And you can experience the full in-map analytical capabilities and create private maps by subscribing to the Thematic Mapper app for 30 days for just a U$100 (thereafter, any maps you create can be viewed with free Thematic Mapper Basic app).
Learn how to create a map by following these few simple steps (login required): How to create maps with coloured polygons in Thematic Mapper
Get the tools ready! Brash up on map making skills and start analysing the data for better decisions!
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