All the DataShine websites (except DataShine Election) are derived from a common codebase and use the OpenLayers 3 mapping platform to display a full-window slippy map, with user controls and key overlaid.
- DataShine Census
- DataShine ScotlandCommissioned by the National Records of Scotland.
- DataShine Commute
- DataShine Scotland CommuteCommissioned by the National Records of Scotland.
- DataShine Region Commute
- Great British Bike to Work
- DataShine OAC
- DataShine LOAC (for London)
- DataShine COWZ-EW (for work)Commissioned by the University of Southampton.
- DataShine Election
- CDRC MapsCommissioned by the Consumer Data Research Centre.
- Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) MapCommissioned by the Scottish Government.
There’s a DataShine paper: Interactive mapping for large, open demographic data sets using familiar geographical features. by O’Brien O, Cheshire J. It’s published in the Journal of Maps, as an open access paper. DOI: 10.1080/17445647.2015.1060183.