How we use data
In commercial projects, Xploria utilises both proprietary and open data. However, in our free apps we reuse data only from publicly available sources. See below for a full list of sources, with links.
A percentile based ranking of the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) score. Although each home country has its own 1 to 100 rank, keep in mind that area ranks are not comparable across countries. Also, while the IMD score is used to compare (rank) areas, it is not a direct or meaningful measure of deprivation. That is, an area with a rank of 10 is not twice as deprived as an area with a rank of 20.
- English Indices of Deprivation 2019
- Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation 2019
- Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2020
- Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure 2017
A percentile based ranking of the IMD domains Crime for England and Scotland, Community Safety for Wales, and Crime and Disorder for Northern Ireland. Check the links above for detailed information on each.
Source: Ofcom open data.
Calculated by Xploria as compound annual growth rate of the median price, by LSOA. Land Registry price paid data, as aggregated by ONS. Source: ONS - House price statistics for small areas in England and Wales.
Source: ONS - 2011 Census.
The data was calculated and made available across the UK in accordance with the EU Environmental Noise Directive.
- England - Strategic noise mapping (2017)
- Wales - Environmental Noise Mapping 2017
- Scotland’s Noise (We use the data for round 3. Unfortunately, some data for the >= 75 dB band seems to be missing)
- Open Data NI - END Noise Data (Round 3)
Source: Police UK.
Source: HM Land Registry.