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Australia's National Public Toilet Dataset

This is a simple population map that makes use of hexbins to deal with overplotting.

![Sample Output](http://i.imgur.com/6UGuxyI.png)


You will require a recent version of R to run the script, an installation of Make to run the Makefile (if you so desire), and an installation of the ImageMagick program convert to correctly resize the resulting image.

In addition, you must either supply the following or modify the R script to use something else:

  • A file called AUTHOR.txt containing whatever you would like to appear in the attribution text.
  • The ggplot2, grid, gridExtra, dplyr, and showtext R packages.
  • The Minion Pro and Envy Code R fonts.

Then, simply run make to regenerate the project, or run the R script directly.

Data Sources

The raw data file comes from the Government of Australia's data.gov.au website, and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia license, which permits its redistribution in this format. For a more recent version of the data, you can check for updates here.

The coordinates of the Australian cities plotted on the map are in the public domain. I retrieved them from GeoHack (through Wikipedia) and embedded them in the script directly.


All source code is licensed under the project license (see the LICENSE.txt in the parent directory). The resulting original image has licensing information embedded in the output, and should therefore be respected. Derivative works should contain some measure of attribution, at your judgment.

The raw data is copyright Government of Australia (2014), and is redistributed here under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia license.