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Space Syntax OpenMapping is a pre-processed spatial network model of Great Britain, containing many common space syntax measures and published as open dataset.
By opening the data we would like to see what new conversations develop with researchers, practicioners, policy makers and anyone else interested in cities.
We would really like to hear how people are using the dataset, to share any interesting findings and to hear if people need further support in using it. You can get in touch with us via email or via the GitHub page.
Space syntax is a set of techniques for analysing spatial layouts and human activity patterns in buildings and urban areas. It is also a set of theories linking space and society. Space syntax addresses where people are, how they move, how they adapt, how they develop and how they talk about it.
Space Syntax Limited applies this technology to analyse and forecast the impact of planning, transport, economic and design decisions on people and property for all scales of development.