Visualisation of Census Data

This is the seventh in a series detailing the projects I have worked on at UCL in the last academic year.

My final mashup over the last year is not a “fully working” website, rather an interactive mockup of the sort of web application that I could potentially be building over the next year. It takes some of the data tables from the 2001 UK census, create choropleths of them and shows them on an OpenLayers-powered map. There is the ability to jump to an area by searching on a postcode, and to show, as vector points with name popups, schools. If the site looks similar to some of my other work, that’s because it is – it was cobbled together from existing code, as a “quick” demonstration, rather than being a polished product.


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