Shine DataShine Census
The 2011 Census, mapped with context
Using ONS Quick Statistics data for England & Wales.
Also available for Scotland.

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To acknowledge DataShine (e.g. for screenshots, references etc), please cite the following publication: Oliver O'Brien & James Cheshire (2016) Interactive mapping for large, open demographic data sets using familiar geographical features, Journal of Maps, 12:4, 676-683 DOI: 10.1080/17445647.2015.1060183
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LQ is the Location Quotient and describes how far from the national average (LQ = 1) the measure is.
Percentages are averages across local population, NOT relective of individual buildings.
Non-residential buildings on map are not included in calculations. Tip: You can drag-and-drop KMLs & GeoJSONs.
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