We have recently developed more training videos. Please take a look on our page to view these great step-by-step videos now currently available.
The most recent videos added are:
Part B and
This module shows you how to work with origin-destination dataset sets including filtering the data, rezoning to asymmetric zones and outputting the data into either an Excel pivot table or into Mapshore.
The SASPAC team have integrated the latest Scottish Census Release 3G and H tables into the application and these are now available to. Users will need to download the latest System files and update their version of the application to access these new tables. Details on how to update the software can be found here.
Release 3G and H were published on 23 July and 13 August:
- Release 3G: 12 Detailed Characteristic and 8 Local Characteristic tables (published on 23/7/14); tables relate to Labour Market and Education.
- Release 3H: 12 Detailed Characteristic and 12 Local Characteristic tables (published on 13/8/14); tables relate to Labour Market and Transport.
A list of all the Census tables and geographies currently available can be found here (.xls) If you have any query queries or issues applying this update please do not hesitate to contact the helpdesk.
The SASPAC team have developed a new training course to support users’ access to the Origin/Destination flow data that has begun to be released by the Census Offices. This dataset includes details of usual residents:
- Travel to Work (or study in Scotland)
- Second Residences
- Student migration
SASPAC provides users with the tools to access, manipulate and analyse this complex dataset. The course is designed for current users of the software interested in using the application to understand the flow data – a course outline can be seen here. The first course is scheduled for Wednesday 17th September at City Hall and more dates can be found on our booking page.
NB: In order register on this course you must have been on the Introduction to SASPAC course or be a long-time user of the software.
The first set of Public Flow data tables were released at the end of July and further releases (Safeguarded & Secure) are scheduled for the end of September and then again in November. All of these tables will be accessible through SASPAC either on users’ desktops (following the completion of the necessary licence) or the Census Offices physical sites via the Virtual Microdata Laboratory (VML).
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in securing a place. We will allocate places on a first-come-first-served basis.