Interactive chart: what drove your local economy in 2018/19?

Keenan Jackson

Keenan is an economic development specialist who has worked extensively analysing and developing economic programs, strategies and policies in the public sector. Keenan works with our local government clients to help them explore and understand how their regions are changing over time to help them make better decisions and create evidence-based strategies related to local economic development. Keenan enjoys running, travelling and is soon to be a father, eagerly awaiting the challenges and delights it brings.

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3 Responses

  1. Caroline says:

    Hi Keenan
    Excellent post and analysis. Also the visualisation using data wrapper is a lot more user friendly than using Tableau.
    One final question, I couldn’t find the LGA Wyndham-East Kimberley. Has that been included in the list?
    Thank you

  2. Keenan Jackson says:

    Hi Caroline,

    Thanks for the response. Datawrapper is very good but I’ve noticed it limits to 500 rows of data and there are 543 LGAs in Australia! We have therefore republished with the new chart limited to LGAs above a certain size. You should find Wyndham-East Kimberley now. Thanks

  3. Mike Howell says:

    For Greater Geelong very keen to look at a breakdown of the demographics of our area with children of school age – is there an easy way I can look this with the data available especially a gender breakdown?

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