When you're moving house, deciding where to move to can be tricky.
Researching important factors such as safety, transit time, and demographics is one problem; deciding which factors you care most about is another.
Our product, 'Where Should I Live?', speeds up the research and decision-making process. It pulls together a broad range of data, takes into account the strength of your preferences, and produces a heat map which matches what you're looking for. This interface sets it apart from similar, but less personalised tools.
In addition, it can be used as an analytical tool for non-residents, such as real estate agencies, small businesses, and government agencies trying to make local policy decisions.
It uses data from Data ACT and the 2016 Census, e.g. distances from suburbs to hospitals, police stations, parks. Each dataset has been weighted based on importance of the individual features inside each category. For details, see http://whereshouldilive.space/#third
N.B. This tool applies to the ACT region, but as it draws on Census data, it can be adapted for other states and territories.
Check it out at http://whereshouldilive.space.