We have endeavoured to make this site accessible as possible, but there is always room for improvement. Please contact us if you have any accessibility suggestions. Some examples of areas we have improved accessibility are:
- While the visual map element of this website is not accessible for the visually impaired, the data displayed in the map is available in a table on the same page as the interactive map.
- The site is compatible with high contrast reading modes. (Tested using the Windows high contrast mode).
- The data gathered in this research is available as open data in the following formats: CSV, JSON, and ODS.
We have a page dedicated to navigating the visual map.