WORKSHOP TUTORIAL: whittlesea city council

INTRODUCTION

In this tutorial we will analyse a range of datasets related to the various aspects of the urban landscape across Australia.

In the tutorial exercises below, you will examine the urban context within the context of a range of themes, undertaking a number of workflows and incorporating several AURIN tools.

They are designed to get you familiar with the AURIN portal and its functionality.

Within the workshop itself, you will only undertake one of these analyses, but they can be revisited at any point so that you can keep your skillset up.

Once you have completed the workshop tasks, we will ask you to repeat them using a local perspective.

The datasets will remain identical, but we will ask you to change your area selection. Your local area selection is identified in orange.

Themes and Exercises

Theme One: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Populations

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Greater Melbourne (gccsa_2016/2GMEL) as your study area

Theme Two: Demographics and Socio-Economics

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Greater Melbourne (gccsa_2016/2GMEL) as your study area

Theme Four: Transport and Movement

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Thomastown (sa2_2016/209041223) as your study area

Theme Five: Education, Employment and Income

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Melbourne – North East (sa4_2016/209) as your study area

Theme Six: Housing and Property

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Greater Melbourne (gccsa_2016/2GMEL) as your study area

Theme Seven: Land Use, Industry, and Sustainability

Once you have worked through this example, repeat it after you have selected Greater Melbourne (gccsa_2016/2GMEL) as your study area