Last week we granted access to two new Digimap collections for all registered Digimap users. All Digimap users now have access to Global Digimap and Society Digimap. You should have received an email about this on Thursday 21st March.
The free trial will run until 31st July 2019. Access beyond that date will require your institution to have a subscription.
Global Digimap offers three datasets for mapping and data download: Open Street Map, Natural Earth and Collins Bartholomew World Panorama maps.
We are really keen to know what you think of the service and the data available. You can complete our online feedback form to tell us. We can’t answer questions submitted through this form; please contact our helpdesk if you need assistance.
Society Digimap offers a wealth of census and socio-economic data for Great Britain. This includes over 40 layers of data from a range of 2011 Census data, broadband availability and Output Area Classification (OAC). The complexity of census data is sometimes off-putting, despite the tremendous insights it can offer. Society Digimap aims to provide easy access to some key variables as an introduction to these complex data.
We are still working on providing a Data Download facility and a print facility for Society Roam, among other things. If you have suggestions on what else you would like to see in Society Digimap, we’d love to hear your views through our online feedback form. Please note that we cannot respond to queries submitted through this feedback form. If you need help, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org