The focus of this month’s E-zine is NINIS Website Tutorials
Website tutorials have now been added to the learning zone to assist users in navigating the main features of the website.
The tutorials will provide a brief overview of the content covered by the training workshops and may also serve as a useful refresher.
The tutorials are themed around accessing area profiles, searching for and viewing datasets and using interactive content to visualise data.
Births in Northern Ireland 2013
- In 2013, there were 24,279 births registered in Northern Ireland, almost 1,000 fewer than in 2012.
- The number of births to teenage mothers reached a record low for Northern Ireland at 937 births.
- Continuing recent trends towards later childbearing, last year over half (53%) of all babies born were to mothers aged 30 or over.
- In 2013, 10% of births were to mothers born outside the UK and Ireland, the highest percentage on record. In comparison, in 2005, this figure was 5% and in 1997 it was less than 3%.
Births: 2013 Provisional (administrative geographies),
Births to Mothers from Outside Northern Ireland: 2013 Provisional (administrative geographies)and
Births (Including Births to Teenage Mothers): 2013 Provisional (NRA) datasets have been added to the website.
The Births and Fertility interactive map has been updated, and a new Births 2013 (Provisional) infographic is available to view.
Open Data Competition
DETI, Invest NI and NISRA will soon be launching an open data challenge to build innovative applications that use data available on NINIS.
The £5k prize will be awarded at CultureTECH 2014. To keep up to date with competition news and details,
follow us on Twitter @NISRANINIS or use #Apps4NI
The next NINIS Workshop will take place in McAuley House on 17 June 2014 at 2pm. To register, visit the Workshops section of the NINIS website.