What to include on a dataset page

There are a small number of editable fields on a dataset page:

Section Content
Title Following Style.ONS guidance, the title is the most impactful way to help users find data. It’s important titles are short, clear and in plain english.
About this dataset A summary of what the dataset includes. Try to include words and phrases that users may search for.
Your download option An automatically generated list of links to the latest release and previous versions of the data.
Important notes and usage information An optional section which appears beneath the downloads list. This content is not very prominent, and an unreliable way to give users information about the data. Use sparingly.
Related  There are a number of different boxes that can be used to link to:

  • Related data
  • Related QMIs
  • Publications that use this data