About the Archive
The archive contains a series of data visualisations that we have developed over the last number of years. Most of the visualisations in the archive are used in blog posts and national media stories that AIRO contributes to.
Explore the archive to find interesting and informing data visualisations covering topics as the Residential Property Price Register, EU Unemployment trends, Recorded Crime Incidents or Travel to Work data.
All of the data and graphs can be shared and downloaded for further use.
If you have an interesting set of data and would like to see it appear on the archive then please get in touch. You can contact us here.
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A visualisation of the Monthly Live Register figures from the CSO dating between January 2007 to September 2015.
The long standing AIRO Residential Property Index monitoring data viz has been updated to present the latest CSO data relating to the change in property prices in Dublin, Ireland (excluding Dublin) and all of Ireland.
Developed to accompany the Acute Specialities mapping tool this data viz is designed to provide and an overview of access to services by health category for the corss-border region of Ireland
A summary of the entire Residential Property Price Register from its inception (2010). This visualisation facilitates the analysis of the register database and looks at:
The Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) is designed to measure the change in the average level of prices paid for residential properties sold in Ireland. The index is mix-adjusted to allow for the fact that different types of property are sold in different periods.
The visualisation below represents a summary of unemployment rates across the EU27 by month since January 2007 until November 2012. Each country within the EU27 may be selected, compared and contrasted to assess how the economic crisis impacted each state in terms of unemployment.
A look at QHNS Unemployment Rates
Explore the change that has occurred in Irish towns since the last census(2006). With Drogheda becoming the largest town in Ireland and Saggart in Fingal growing the most, use the filters to identify what other changes have occurred around Ireland since 2006.
The CSO have released figures on recorded crime in Ireland covering the period from 2003 to 2013 Q2. Data is available for 14 Crime categories across 28 Garda Divisions and for 12 categories for 579 Garda Stations.
The categories are as follows:
1. Homicide offences
Planning Permissions By Development Type 2007 to 2012
Crime at Division and Regional level. for all 15 crime categories.
Following the release of the CSO’s November Residential Property Price Index there has been much discussion in the media and from commentators regarding the development of a two-tier housing market in Ireland.