WHAT IS AURIN?
AURIN is crucial infrastructure for researchers, government and industry, accelerating research into our towns, cities and communities. We provide the data and tools to allow you to make evidence-based decisions quickly and confidently, and we can help you get in touch with world leading urban experts right here in Australia.
INFORMATION FOR RESEARCHERS & STUDENTS
AURIN is a game-changing academic resource, providing access to thousands of datasets and analytical tools to empower your research, teaching and learning into all of the different and inter-related aspects of Australia’s communities, towns and cities.
INFORMATION FOR GOVERNMENT
AURIN provides a unique opportunity for all levels of government to quickly access the data and analysis needed for evidence-based decision- and policy-making, and provides the ideal means for your department or authority to release data to wider research community.
INFORMATION FOR INDUSTRY
AURIN provides access to thousands of open licenced datasets for via our AURIN API. Allowing business and citizen-centred decision-making in our increasingly smart cities and towns.
AURIN RESEARCH IMPACTS
HOW TO USE AURIN
Access our comprehensive catalogue of help documentation and quick reference tutorials showing you how to use every component the AURIN workbench to support your research and policy making. We also have additional resources explaining spatial concepts, principles of statistics, and other software tools.
AURIN comprises the largest single resource of thousands of datasets relating to Australia’s towns and cities. Browse our extensive data catalogue, where you can search by location, data provider and theme to see whether or not AURIN has the right dataset to power your research or policy program, or find out how you can become an AURIN data provider
OTHER WORKBENCH TOOLS
AURIN’s portfolio of decision-support products includes tools to enable better evidence-based policy development and decision-making and more sophisticated analysis. Using cutting-edge simulation and scenario-planning techniques, these tools provide the opportunity to explore new ideas for urban growth and planning.