Maps provide a unique way of seeing – we can discover the history of industry through a visualisation of active and decaying factories or we can measure environmental impacts by portraying landscape change over time. In some cases, social scientists use maps to present empty blocks of colour with designations attached: “deprived,” “remote,” “urban” and so on. For this project, we are putting places, and more specifically, communities back on the map by making available a range of geospatial datasets.Read more
Data sets must be clean and data points verified. Set data must relate to a community group, ideally at a national level.