Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

Regiomonitor Groot Amsterdam

With the interactive online GIS application Regiomonitor Amsterdam it is easy to visually and statistically analyse time-series of spatial cluster maps of urban issues in the Amsterdam region. Maps can be created showing micro-scale areas (smaller than traditional administrative wards or districts) with high unemployment rates, citizens of certain age groups or ethnic backgrounds, social housing, high property value of houses and more. Since data is available from the year 2000 onwards, spatial dynamics in the demographic and socio-economic situation in the region can be monitored in an accurate way.

 

Regiomonitor Amsterdam

Screenshot of the Regiomonitor

Map regiomonitor

Example of a map showing clusters of low (blue) and high (red) property value of houses in Amsterdam

Target groups

The application will be of use for researchers, students and policymakers and can be accessed from www.regiomonitor.nl. GIS-knowledge is not necessary. Please note that the monitor is in Dutch. 

Developers

The application is developed by Urban Geography (Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies) of the University of Amsterdam and I-Mapping in cooperation with 7 municipalities: Amsterdam, Amstelveen, Almere, Haarlem, Haarlemmermeer, Purmerend and Zaanstad. 

Contact

For the University of Amsterdam (one of the partners in this project): Els Veldhuizen:e.m.veldhuizen@uva.nl

Published by  AISSR

31 March 2015