View, annotate and print maps; Download data for GIS and CAD software
Find - GI resources, news, books, software and events
Learn - resources that help you understand metadata and standards
Discover - centralises metadata from a number of sources making it easy to find data
Find – search for user-contributed datasets
Re-use – download datasets for research, teaching and learning
Share – contribute your own datasets for others to use
Open – there are Open and Digimap licensed versions for datasets with different origins
Unlock – the potential in your data with our simple web services
Unlock Places – Find the locations and shapes of places, and re-use them in your application
Unlock Text – Extract place names from text or metadata to find their locations with a geo-parser
Access – digitised boundaries and geographic lookup tables for the UK
Create – thematic maps using your data and supported geographies
An online mapping service providing Ordnance Survey mapping to schools
Search, view and print a wide range of maps
Enhance maps with annotation and measuring tools
Map and download data derived from Agricultural and Horticultural Censuses of Great Britain
Provides realistic estimates of what is produced, how much is produced and where it was produced.
Research Data Management Training (MANTRA) is a course designed for PhD students and others who are planning a research project using digital data
A searchable, historical database of the people of Edinburgh, Scotland
Search – for surnames, places and professions listed in historic Post Office Directories
API – Build searches into websites; view results on web maps
Maps – Use historical maps overlays to view search results
EDINA partners with outside organisations to provide information architecture, website support and hosting.
The Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) research programme aims to deliver high-quality, cutting-edge research that will improve our understanding of the way ecosystems function, the services they provide and their relationship with the political economy and sustainable growth.
The Applied Quantitative Methods Network (AQMeN) is a Research Centre that aims to develop a dynamic and pioneering set of projects to improve our understanding of current social issues in the UK and provide policy makers and practitioners with the robust independent research-based evidence.