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  1. There are three ways to obtain research information: • Statistical data sets • Qualitative Reports • Features

  2. Check what data is held at which level of geography (District, Ward, SOA or OA) Enter the name or postcode of your area of interest. Click the Search button. You must have registered and be ‘logged in’ to view the datasets. Select the level of geography that holds the data you require. • Statistical datasets

  3. If a location name was used, select the appropriate geographic area of interest. (Using a Postcode will miss this step and take you straight to Step 2). We’ll select the SOA ‘Melton Newport East’ to go to Step 2.

  4. Your selected area and level of geography are shown here. (If a postcode is used this always defaults to Output Area, the lowest geography level). This left hand box allows you to select geographies. The level of Geography containing your chosen area will be highlighted. This right hand box will display all available datasets for the geographic level selected.

  5. It is possible to change the level of geography in order to select those datasets for that level. In this example we have changed the geographic level to Ward. We can see that the SOA of ‘Melton Newport East’ is within the Ward ‘Melton Newport’. Ward datasets will now be presented for ‘Melton Newport’.

  6. Alternatively, ‘All’ or ‘None’ will allow selection or de-selection of Data elements. Use the Shift or Ctrl keys to click and select any number of geographies. Navigate the dataset hierarchy tree and select which data elements you require. Alternatively, ‘All’ or ‘None’ will allow selection or de-selection of geographies.

  7. Click View Statistics…

  8. Sort columns by clicking on the headers Here are the required statistics for the selected area Drill down for statistics of smaller geographies, if available. Move up to view statistics for higher geographies

  9. Click here to view a bar chart of the results

  10. Click here to view a pie chart of the results

  11. Click here to view metadata

  12. Click the magnifying glass to see a static map of this area

  13. Click here to export data in Excel, CSV or XML formats

  14. Click here to view an interactive map of this area

  15. Zoom in, out and to full extents

  16. Toggle background OS maps

  17. Click here to resize the map

  18. Select which data column is being displayed

  19. Change the look of the display

  20. Sort by either name or data columns Zoom in on any one area

  21. Click here to return to the homepage at any time Use the ‘Browse Categories’ to view Reports

  22. Leicestershire Statistics and Research Online c/o County Hall Glenfield Leicester LE3 8RA 0116 305 7341 0116 305 6891 Contact: admin@lsr-online.org