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OAC in Journal of Maps and the Telegraph

There are 3 interesting papers on OAC in the current issue of the Journal of Maps: Visualising the Output Area Classification ( http://www.journalofmaps.com/crossrefMap.php?mid=1102) Mapping the geodemographic classifications of migrants’ origins and destinations (http://www.journalofmaps.com/crossrefMap.php?mid=1106) Rectangular Hierarchical Cartograms for Socio-Economic Data (http://www.journalofmaps.com/crossrefMap.php?mid=1090) The final paper has also appeared as a piece in the Telegraph recently on ‘social […]

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OACoder Postcode Coding Tool

What is the OACoder Software? The OAC classification has previously been disseminated by the ONS at the Output Area Level. For a lot of users this has been problematic given that address records typically consist of lists of unit postcodes. A recent development at the ONS has created an open licence version of the National […]

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OAC Grand Index

We have just finished compiling version 1.0 of the OAC grand index. This is a tool which we hope you will find useful in its current form, however, we will be adding more data in the future as and when this becomes available. For this first edition we would like to thank Daryl Lloyd – […]

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Media coverage

My own research and/or the projects in which I have worked with others at UCL Geography and CASA have gained attention through the following media features: Selected media features 2006-2008 2008  ‘Website maps surnames worldwide” BBC News, 30 Aug http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7588968.stm … Continue reading

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PLACE BASED BUDGETING: MAKING EFFICIENCY SAVING WITH OAC IN AN AGE OF AUSTERITY

Many thanks to all those who attended our OAC User Group Annual Conference, and additional thanks to all of our speakers. The slides from the talks have all been uploaded to slideshare: Introduction. Alex Singleton: University of Liverpool OAC in an age of austerity. John Fisher: Local Futures Using geo-demographic classifications for customer insight. Miranda […]

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Standard Colours for OAC

We at the OAC User Group feel that implementing a standard set of colours would help OAC. It would make it easier to share data visualisations, such as graphs and maps if the groups were directly comparable by colour, and would give OAC a branded feel, bringing it in line with other commercial classifications. As […]

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OAC Event Update…

We have just finished putting the final touches to our annual OAC event. The programme and abstracts can be downloaded here. We are really looking forward to seeing you all at the RSS on Monday! For directions, the RSS is located at: 12 Errol Street, L…

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QMRG Dissertation Prize Winner 2010

The QMRG Committee is delighted to announce that Laura Steele from the University of Bristol is the winner of this year’s undergraduate dissertation prize. Her project entitled “A Multilevel Modelling Approach to Ethnic Residential Segregation in Urban England, 1991-2001″ demonstrated Laura’s high level of understanding of this complex topic. Tim Foster and Robin Wilson’s entries, […]

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Research Agenda

I have been asked on two occasions in the past month to present on the topic of my current and future research activity (both methodological and substantive). These draw together my activities over the past seven years at UCL made up of both PhD and Po…

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AR Controlled Device: Parrot’s AR.Drone

Here is a good item for somebody who has Peter Pan Syndrome.
Parrot’s AR.Drone is an iPhone-controlled quadricopter device. You can control this interesting toy with the very unique interface that iPhone provides and you can even control this object with your iPhone accelerometers. You can sync your iPhone with Pattort’s AR.Drone and then your device will move right along with your iPhone.

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AR Controlled Device: Parrot’s AR.Drone

Here is a good item for somebody who has Peter Pan Syndrome.
Parrot’s AR.Drone is an iPhone-controlled quadricopter device. You can control this interesting toy with the very unique interface that iPhone provides and you can even control this object with your iPhone accelerometers. You can sync your iPhone with Pattort’s AR.Drone and then your device will move right along with your iPhone.

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