Using Innovative technology for planning Associate Professor Rochelle

Using Innovative technology for planning Associate Professor Rochelle

Using Innovative technology for planning Associate Professor Rochelle Eime [email protected] Sport Participation in Australia Problem: Lack of integration of sport participation data with other data

Lack of systematic use of data to inform decision making Lack of national sport participation data Data: Access Integration Analysis Knowledge

Solution Integration of data Analysis to inform program and policy development at organisational and national level Goal: more active, more often

Sport and Recreation Spatial Innovative use of latest technologies, GIS mapping capabilities and research to generate knowledge and insight for the sport and recreation, health and education sectors. Data collection, data integration, statistical analysis, data visualisation via geographical information system

(GIS) programming and mapping, and dissemination of knowledge Provides increased capacity for strategic planning and development of participation programs and facilities Critical factors for sport and recreation Participants

Health Population Facilities

4 key areas Participation levels and trends Influences on participation Value of sport: the health benefits of participation Places to play: the nexus between facilities and participation

Range of data Leisure time physical activity data- 10 years Sport participation data- SSAs- up to 5 years Player, coach and official Over 2.6 million records to date

Sport and recreation facility data Population demographics Population projection data Health data Physical activity levels Education


AFL Tennis Netball Basketball Cricket

Hockey Lawn bowls Outputs GIS- Organisations directly use GIS to spatially visualise and analyse Sector-wide data Their own data

Derived and customised indicators Research Individual research summary reports Sector level peer review publications Examples:

Participation trends over time Participation age profiles Facility provision Attrition/drop-out Transition from modified sport program to competition Technology

OpenLayers, Mapserver, Mapcache and a spatially enabled database to dynamically generate choropleth maps. In excess of 190,000 possible map combinations by use of the following data aspects: Year (2000-2013) Age Group (5 yr, 10 yr, 15 yr, 20 year, Custom) Gender (Male, Female)

Participant Club (5000+) Participant Program (40+) Coach Level Umpire level Region type (Postcode, LGA and SA4) Data Metric (Total participants/coaches/umpires, Participation Rate (Percentage of region population, Change from Previous year)

Features Participation numbers- Postcode

Demographic breakdowns Participation filters Number of participants Yearly participation rate- LGA

Changes in participation Exporting data Age profiles of sport

Health Facilities Provision of facilities Playing fields/courts per participant: by LGA

Details of facilities Provision of facilities Population projections Population projections

Socio-Economic Status Contact Details Associate Professor Rochelle Eime VicHealth Research Practice Fellow Federation University, Victoria University

[email protected] (03) 5327 9687

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