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The 'Who' Dashboard

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This dashboard shows information about the casualties themselves such as: age; gender; IMD; Mosaic Group; and crash/home location.

In the top left, the chart shows the number of casualties by age and gender. The Young Driver and Child Casualties dashboards show individual ages. The Pedestrian Dashboard initially shows 5 age groups (0-15; 16-24; 25-64; 65+; and NK) on the x-axis, as shown above. The drop down box below the axis allows the age groups to be changed to either 10 year age bands or 5 year age bands.

In the bottom left is a chart showing the Experian Mosaic Group of the casualty / driver. This shows numbers of casualties /drivers from each Mosaic Group from the selected location(s). It also shows points representing a 100-based index value. These values show numbers of casualties / drivers relative to the population of the LSOA in which they live. An index value of 100 means that casualty / driver numbers are as expected given the population from that Mosaic Group living in the selected location(s). A value of 150 means casualties / drivers are 50% above the level expected based on population. A value of 75 means that casualties / drivers are 25% below the expected level based on population. Population data is not calculated by age group so child casualties and young drivers are indexed on the entire population not on the respective age groups.

The chart in the top right shows casualties / drivers by Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD). This shows numbers of casualties / drivers by the IMD of the lower layer super output area (LSOA) that they live in. It also shows a 100-based index value which shows numbers of casualties / drivers relative to the population of the LSOA in which they live.

In the bottom right of the page is a map showing the locations where the casualties were injured / drivers were involved in an injury collision. The map shows where the casualties / drivers who live in the filtered area(s) are involved in crashes. The numbers of casualties / drivers crashing in each local authority district are expressed as a percentage of all casualties / drivers from the filtered area(s). It is possible to zoom in to locations using the plus and minus buttons to the top left of the map. It is also possible to scroll by holding down the left mouse button and moving it in the direction you would like to scroll. Shown below is a zoomed-in map where the district of Burnley has been selected. It shows the locations where Burnley’s resident pedestrian casualties were injured and that there were two districts where over 3.1% of Burnley’s resident pedestrian casualties were injured including Burnley itself (90.4%).

Selecting the ‘Casualties/Drivers In’ radio button changes the layout of the dashboard. As IMD and Mosaic are not relevant for casualties or drivers involved in crashes in an area, these charts have been removed and the other 2 charts expanded, as shown below. The map now shows the home location of casualties injured or involved drivers IN the selected location(s). The percentage is calculated from all known home locations. The selected filters for location, crash year and age group will remain when choosing ‘Casualties/Drivers In’.

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