my local map

Choose a local authority, then choose a data set (e.g. number of males) and the MSOA areas will be displayed on the map with a shading according to the value of the dataset selected.

You may also add locations such as hospitals,schools and libraries.

Both LSOA and Ward boundaries can be overlaid on top of the MSOAS.

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Select two or more datasets below. E.g. gender males and gender females

You will then see the following plots:

Graphs with the categories chosen on the x and y axes.

A bar chart showing the values of the categories chosen for each MSOA.

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Run a linear regression using the available datasets

Choose the independent variable (predictor). Ensure it is a numeric variable.

Choose the dependent variables then click the 'Run regression' button.

You will see the output from running a linear regression in R.

There are also residual and Q-Q plots.

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