Open Data Blend May 2022 Update
21st June 2022
By Open Data Blend Team
The Open Data Blend May 2022 update includes dataset updates and two new Open Data Blend Insight reports.
Open Data Blend Datasets
Anonymised MOT Tests and Results Data for 2021 Is Available
Our Anonymised MOT dataset has been updated with the latest available tests and results data for 2021. You can download the data from the Open Data Blend Datasets Anonymised MOT page or analyse it directly in supported BI tools through the Open Data Blend Analytics service.
English Prescribing Data for April 2022 Is Available
We have updated the Prescribing dataset with the latest available NHS English Prescribing Data which includes activity up until April 2022. You can download the data from the Open Data Blend Datasets Prescribing page, analyse it directly in supported BI tools through the Open Data Blend Analytics service, or instantly explore insights through the Open Data Blend Insights service.
Open Data Blend Insights
Two more road safety related Insight Reports have been added. As with the ones in the previous update, these are based on our Road Safety datasets that you can freely download and learn more about here and here.
Pedestrian Safety Insights
The Pedestrian Safety Insights report presents trends and patterns for pedestrian casualties. Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users. Now you can quickly research into what can help pedestrians to stay safe when using roads. Use the report to analyse pedestrian casualty trends across years or within a single year, and go from high-level summaries, like casualties by day of the week, all the way down to the detail including the accident reference numbers.
Learn more about the report here.
Car Safety Insights
Car drivers are one of the largest groups of road users and the Car Safety Insights report effectively visualises car casualty data, enabling questions to be answered like, which age groups are most most at risk, which manoeuvres car drivers should be extra careful with, and how speed limits correlate with serious and fatal accidents.
Learn more about this report here.