Done! This has been on my todo list for so long it's started to smell. Deprivation profiles for Welsh Local Authorities, in A3 poster form: Get the hi-res png here if you want to print it out: https://github.com/northernjamie/imd-lava-lamps/blob/master/wales/outputs/wimd_2019_a3.png
Flipped upside down. Thanks to @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com for their thoughts.
So according to these - Blaenau gwent has none of the most deprived areas, but a lot of not deprived areas, while the Vale of Glamorgan has more deprived areas than not deprived areas. I have a feeling they might be upside down, but am not sure... 2/2
Is it just me, or is trying to use JSON in #rstats baffling? I feel like an absolute idiot that I can't do what I want to do.
Interesting (to me!) that the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland couldn’t be much further away from Northern Ireland.
Were you wondering where in the UK the current cabinet members’ constituencies are? If so, then wonder no more - I’ve got your back! Mostly in the south, natch: http://propolis.io/cabinet/cabinet.html
They've changed the logos as well! I'm hella confused.
You can get the data yourself from @ScotStat@twitter.com here: https://statistics.gov.scot/resource?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fstatistics.gov.scot%2Fdata%2Fscottish-index-of-multiple-deprivation it's #linkeddata!
To interpret the profiles, the shape of each profile indicates whether a local authority has more deprived areas (a wider bottom), more less-deprived areas (a wider top),or a more even spread (more rectangular in shape).
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