Click here to download a pdf of the OPERAT manual, which provides descriptions of the items in the OPERAT assessment and how to complete the assessments.
Click here to download a pdf of the OPERAT assessment sheet. You will need to use one sheet for each postcode area.
Use the scoring sheet at the back of the OPERAT handbook to manually calculate the subscale scores for Natural Elements; Incivilities and Nuisance; Navigation and Mobility and Territorial Functioning and a final OPERAT score for a postcode. If you are scoring by hand (manually), then work your way across the sheet following the instructions for each item: assign a value to the observation that you made, perform any calculations that the item may require, code if necessary, and multiply the score by the weighting value.
Alternatively, for a simpler automated version, use the form below to calculate the scores for the subscales and a final OPERAT score for a postcode
After scoring all subscales and the final OPERAT score (either manually or automated) upload these on the OPERAT map page.
If you have a batch of data which you would like to upload (for example, more than 20 results), you can send this to us in spreadsheet format (*.CSV or *.XLSX/XLS format) whereupon we can arrange for it to be imported directly into the database.