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Census Explorer [sbs.com.au] designed by Sydney-based Small Multiples, visualizes the statistical data behind the people who speak about 579 different languages in 9,138 locations around Australia.

Users are able to explore patterns and trends in terms of the different languages spoken by the inhabitants of Australia, versus the locations they live in or come from. Built with open source web technology, the tools consists of charts, diagrams and choropleth density maps.

Accordingly, one can discover per language group where most people live, where they were born, when they arrived in Australia, what gender and age they tend to have, what religion they follow, how much they earn, and whether they have Australian citizenship.

Alternatively, one can analyze individual cities or neighborhoods, or check how the statistics changed since 2006.

Via @smallmultiples.