What Open Data sources are available in Seer?

Open Data is a great problem-solving tool. The Open Data sources available in Seer are listed alphabetically below.

Australian Early Development Census (AEDC)
The AEDC is a nationwide data collection of early childhood development at the time children commence their first year of full-time school. The AEDC highlights what is working well and what needs to be improved or developed to support children and their families by providing evidence to support health, education and community policy and planning.

Australian Immunisation Register
This collection provides childhood immunisation coverage data for all of Australia by Statistical Areas Level 3 (SA3).

Census: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Profiles 2016 (ABS)
These tables show Census characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples; persons, families and dwellings. Some tables include comparisons with non-Indigenous people.

Census: General Community Profiles 2016 (ABS)
The General Community Profile contains a series of tables showing the characteristics of persons, families and dwellings in a selected geographic area.

Census: Time Series Profiles 2006-2011-2016 (ABS)
The Time Series Profile presents data from three Censuses, based on the geographical boundaries for the most recent of the three, allowing meaningful comparisons to be made.

Census: Working Population Profiles 2016 (ABS)
The Working Population Profile contains key Census characteristics of employed persons, based on where people work. The profile includes data on hours worked, industry of employment, occupation, qualifications and method of travel to work.

Counts of Australian Businesses, Including Entries and Exits (ABS 8165)
Counts of Australian Businesses, including Entries and Exits (ABS 8165) presents counts of actively trading businesses in the market sector of the Australian economy. Statistics in this release are sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Business Register (ABSBR).

Crime Statistics for SA
Crime Statistics for SA presents information about the incidence of crimes against the person and crimes against property in South Australian Postal Areas for the previous month.

Criminal Incidents (Victoria Crime Statistics Agency)
Criminal Incidents (Victoria Crime Statistics Agency) presents detailed crime statistics on the number of recorded offences, alleged offender incidents, victim reports and family incidents in Victoria.

Data by Region 2013-18 (ABS)
Data by Region 2013-18 presents various data for 2013-2018 and Census data for 2011 and 2016. Data is sourced from a wide variety of collections, both ABS and non-ABS. When analysing these statistics, care needs to be taken as time periods, definitions, methodologies, scope and coverage can differ across collections.

Department of Social Services (DSS) Payment Data
Department of Social Services (DSS) Payment Data presents counts of and then number of payments made by selected payment type, including Age Pension, Commonwealth Rent Assistance, Newstart and Youth Allowance.

Maternal & Child Health Services Annual Reports (MCH) - Victoria
The MCH Service works with families to care for babies and young children. It is a free service for all Victorian families. The MCH Service Annual Reports include area level data on enrolments, Key Ages & Stages consultations and participation rates, reasons for counselling and referral due to child, mother or family health and wellbeing, and breastfeeding rates.

Recorded Crime by Offence in NSW (BOCSAR)
Recorded Crime by Offence in NSW (BOCSAR) presents monthly data on all criminal incidents recorded by NSW Police. Postal Area and Suburb data is released annually.

Regional Population by Age and Sex (ABS 3235)
Regional Population by Age and Sex (ABS 3235) presents estimates of the resident population of Statistical Areas Levels 2 to 4 (SA2s - SA4s) and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (GCCSAs) of Australia as at 30 June by age and sex.

Small Area Labour Markets (Unemployment Rates)
The Australian Bureau of Statistics produces quarterly regional estimates of unemployment and the unemployment rate at the Statistical Area Level 2 (SA2) and Local Government Area (LGA) level. This collection has been augmented with monthly results from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) catalogue Labour Force, Australia, Detailed (catalogue 6291.0.55) for Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (GCCSA), States and Territories and Australia overall.

Socio-Economic Indexes For Areas (SEIFA) 2016
SEIFA is an Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) product that ranks areas in Australia according to relative socio-economic advantage and disadvantage. The indexes are based on information from the five-yearly Census of Population and Housing.

Victorian Child and Adolescent Monitoring System (VCAMS)
The Victorian Child and Adolescent Monitoring System (VCAMS) tracks and measures children and young people's health, wellbeing, safety, learning and development outcomes as identified in the VCAMS Outcomes Framework including 35 outcomes and 150 indicators.