The combined ORDS data has been used and analysed for various purposes – from right to repair policy consultations, to campaigning and activism, to journalism, to individuals simply learning how to do data science on an interesting data set.

Anyone can engage in this analysis – the ORDS datasets are open and downloadable.  If you have found something interesting in the data, please get in touch

Insights by product category

We’ve produced a number of pieces of analysis of the ORA data, which have been fed into right to repair policy consultations.

Other insights and uses of the data

Reports from ORA members

Reports from other organisations

The ORA data has also been used in reports from other organisations.

Other downloads and uses

Since 2020, we’ve had almost 800 downloads of the data by organisations and individuals, for a wide variety of uses.

A small selection of reasons given for downloads:

  • “identify fault codes based on fault problem descriptions”
  • “Market study of repair and spare parts”
  • “Research, articles for print in Danish Magazine and online”
  • “National dashboard”
  • “To share and promote repair cafes”
  • “Repairability Assessments for Appliances and other consumer electronics”
  • “A master study research project on the topic of repairability and extending the life cycle of products.”
  • “an assignment of the course `design thinking and circular economy`”
  • “Personal data science practice!”

What could you use it for?

Data overview

To see all of the overview at a glance, visit the full dashboard.

Tool support for visualisation and analysis

Using tools such as Metabase and Google Data Studio, we can produce statistics and visualisations from the ORDS data.  If you’d like to discuss how to use these tools on ORDS data, get in touch.  You can of course use the raw data with any tool of your choice.