Australian Bureau of Statistics
2011.0 - Information Paper: Census of Population and Housing -- Proposed Products and Services, 2011
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/07/2010
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What is it?
We are currently building the TableBuilder products. You can see the new maps and some of the display ideas in Betaworks.
What does it do?
TableBuilder Basic combines extensive information on Australian society from the Census with software that lets you build tables, graphs and maps.
It gives you access to map based search functions, giving you the flexibility to select and combine geographic areas of interest. You can also pinpoint a geographical landmark and collect data for areas that lie within a radial distance of that landmark.
In TableBuilder Basic you can:
You can also login as a guest. You will have access to all the key features of the product but you won't be able to save custom geographies, data items or tables for future use. Once you experience TableBuilder Basic you will want to come back for more so it's best to register from the start.
You start by selecting a topic and we will provide a range of predefined tables on that topic - or you can build your own. You then customise the table to suit your unique individual needs by adding and removing data items from the table, change the structure of the rows and columns, sort the data, expand or collapse the levels of detail - even add totals where you need them.
2006 CData Online will still be accessible, but only with 2006 Census data. TableBuilder Basic will not be compatible with work you have saved previously in CDATA Online 2006. If you have created customised geographies or data items in 2006 CDATA Online you will not be able to use them in conjunction with 2011 Census Data.
The topics that will be available are:
What might it look like?
To have a look at what the news maps in TableBuilder Basic will look like for 2011 visit ABS Betaworks (link to basic page)
This page last updated 30 September 2015
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