AURIN held a Data Workshop with partner UNSW City Futures and guests from local and state government to discuss data access across disciplines and departments for AURIN researchers.
Researchers can now access over 5000 clean, integrated, spatially enabled and research-ready datasets through the AURIN Workbench.
Powering urban research, policy and decision making.
A new online platform featuring a map that measures ACMI’s “attraction power” in Melbourne and abroad. Fed by ABS data via the AURIN API
The AURIN Team is pleased to introduce our new Director, Prof. Jane Hunter. Jane is taking over interim management whilst we aim to complete the appointment of a permanent director, in the second half of 2019. During her posting at AURIN, Jane will be driving our Strategic Review, Technical Review, Governance Review and our […]
The AURIN Data Team have been working diligently to bring you ABS data from the 1981, 1986, 1991 and 1996 census. It will be made available through our AURIN Workbench soon. Why historical census data? Gathering this data in one place and preparing it for analysis and spatial decision making will enable the research community […]
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 […]