At RIDL we offer a range of data services to help you make your data matter:
The right data, in the hands of the right people, can change lives for the better. RIDL is committed to building thriving communities by putting data and insights into the hands of community, policy makers, practitioners and researchers to enable the design and implementation of co-designed, place-based solutions.
Data from open & sensitive sources (aggregated & anonymized for privacy) are combined to provide insights of Queensland COVID-19 trends. We collaborated with Queensland Treasury & Griffith University’s Policy Innovation Hub.
Information from Electoral Commission Queensland (ECQ) & open data on electorate demographic & elected party to strengthen democracy by informing voters. We collaborated with Griffith University’s Policy Innovation Hub.
Demographic data (population, income, welfare) on Queensland seniors to quantify the dynamics of elder financial abuse. We collaborated with the Griffith University ‘Quantifying the dynamics of elder abuse’ research team (Dr Tracey West, Mr Richard Olley & Dr Tom Verhelst) & Aged and Disability Advocacy (ADA) Australia, with project funded through 2019 Financial Planning Education Council (FPEC) grant.
Information from Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) & open data on electorate demographic & elected party to strengthen democracy by informing voters. We collaborated with Griffith University’s Policy Innovation Hub.
Demographic data comparison (schooling, family, employment & wellbeing) between two similar communities in Victoria & Queensland – Brimbank & Logan. We collaborated with Paul Ramsay Foundation.
Blacktown demographic data (schooling, family, employment & wellbeing) – developed for ChangeFest 2019.