The REsilient Systems fOr Land Use TransportatION Project explores the impacts of unequal access to transport on different social groups in the metropolitan areas of London and São Paulo. The project looks at the relationship between transport accessibility and socio-economic segregation in these two equally large but very distinct metropolitan areas.
Interactive sites use data and search methods used at the CEM
Researchers from the Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM/CEPID) have developed a series of interactive hotsites. These hotsites, linked to the main site, are platforms that rely on data often collected and systematized by the Center's researchers and linked to the different lines of research within the Center.
To get to know a little more about each of them, click on the corresponding links.
DataCEM is an online platform for querying and cross-referencing data via an intuitive and user-friendly graphic interface. It is intended to help undergraduate and graduate students working in other areas and interested in producing their own data from original primary sources.
This platform has been specially designed so that the public can obtain information on the performance and operating conditions of public and private schools in the São Paulo Metropolitan Region. In addition, users will also be able to obtain socioeconomic information about their neighborhoods, the São Paulo Metropolitan Region, the State of São Paulo and Brazil.
The CEM Fórum was created to provide a communication channel between the CEM team and broader collaborating community through which users can share knowledge, post and clarify doubts, make suggestions, report possible difficulties in handling the systems, report problems and suggest improvements to the system.
The WikiDados page aims to provide support for data from the Brazilian Demographic Censuses (1960-2010), made available by the Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM). Users can find information about how to access the data, the concepts and definitions used by IBGE, the difficulties involved in the longitudinal comparison, etc.
This tool has been specially developed by the Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM) to present the results of opinion polls evaluating Governors (in 10 states) and Presidents of the Republic. This project provides free access, to researchers and the public, to opinion poll data gathered by two research institute: Ibope (Evaluation and Approval) and Datafolha (Evaluation). Available data run up to 2016.