Australian Capital Territory

Hackanation

Team Name: 
Alpha Hawk Magnum

Hack A Nation: Govhack becomes the data

Overview

Our hack is a meta-hack of sorts, we have spend the weekend writing a web crawler to crawl the hackerspace and prize descriptions website, in order to gather data about the sorts of prize categories that teams are targeting.

Target Audience

The Grid

The Grid logo (boring grid graphic and bad typography)
Team Name: 
ISOs

Isometric representations of industry data on grids that represent the actual shape files - states and SA3 zones.

Exploring indigenous over-representation in youth detention

Team Name: 
Justice league

This project analysed AIHW Youth Detention data and combined ABS Estiimated Resident Population projections to derive rate per 10,000 figures for indigenous and non-indigenous youth in detention. The data shows a stark difference in the rates with a decreasing rate of non-indigenous children in detention and  increasing indigenous rates (over the period 2008-2015), particularly in the Northern and Western parts of Australia.

Conviction Currents

First Fleet
Team Name: 
Conviction Currents

We have created a dynamic visualization of the convict ships which came to Australia between 1787 and 1867 based on data from 115,619 convicts which were transported. Our vizualization shows the ships leaving over time, scaling the size of the line to number of convicts being transported on that ship.

HealthHack

Team Name: 
HealthHack

Animation of changes in incidence of diptheria over time compared with vaccination implementation points.

On The Move

On the Move
Team Name: 
A Pizza Data

​​​​​​​Our main dataset was the Settlement Data Extracted by Department of social services in July 2016. The SDB is a repository of information on permanent, and some temporary, migrants who have arrived in Australia since 1 January 1991. The dataset contains variables on current state, Local Government Area, Main Language, English Proficiency, Country of Birth, Gender and Migration Stream. The information of these variables are visualised in “On The Move”.