Māori Data Tools
There are many wonderful organisations creating and sharing tools to help you explore Māori data. We’ve shared some of them here.
Know of a tool we’ve missed? Contact email@example.com and let us know.
Te Whata - Free Iwi data tool Te Whata is an iwi data platform tailored specifically by iwi for iwi – by us for us. Te Whata is for iwi members, technicians and leaders – designers and users of data.
A free-to-use site with over 40,000 charts and tables of New Zealand data.
A free tool to help you find data relevant to your business.
Free education resources to help you understand and use data.
A free tool to help you examine how employment may be impact by COVID-19. See how many people work in different jobs, what they earn, and demographic breakdowns.
Stats NZ’s collection of data about Māori
A collection of Stats NZ tools for businesses.
Whenua | Land data tools
Landcare Research’s tool to help Māori land owners make more informed decisions about how to use their land to support whanau and fulfil and balance its economic and cultural potential.
A tool to help Māori land owners and managers find out more about the physical characteristics, constraints and potential of their whenua Māori.
A collection of tools from Te Puni Kōkiri to help you realise the potential of your rohe.
A Māori-led analytics and data platform enabling you to connect your people, land, and data.
Māori Maps helps to connect Māori descendants with their marae, and enable visitors to make appropriate contact with these centres of culture - in particular, linking Māori youth with their ancestral identity. It’s administered by Te Potiki National Trust.
Māori ward boundaries for 2020 as defined by the territorial authorities and/or Local Government Commission.
A data visualisation that shows the impact of Census counts and Māori roll enrolment on the number of Māori electorates