Housing Data from the Australian Property Monitors is now available through the AURIN Portal. Academic researchers can apply for access to individual sale and rent records for New South Wales or Victoria at point level. AURIN have streamlined the access process to this high value data for Australian researchers.
As the dust settles after the flurry of activity in Canberra from the Budget and subsequent ministerial announcements, we can report the outcome for AURIN. In short, we are told that AURIN will be receiving approximately $18.9 million over a five-year period. The announcement covers the years from the current 2017/18 financial year until 2021/23. […]
Sometimes to move forward we need to take a step back. AURIN is currently working with several teams from the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences to modernise historical census and crime data. When combined this data will enable new insights into how Australian societies have formed and changed over time. The key outcomes from the project will be increased cooperation […]
Griffith University, Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation (QCIF) and the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) are working together to implement and host a Regional Data Service for the Logan area. The Service will provide a mix of demographic and health regional data service for the Logan region, with the aim of support the needs of […]