The Socioeconomic High-resolution Rural-Urban Geographic Platform for India (SHRUG) is a geographic platform that facilitates data sharing between researchers working on India. It is an open access repository currently comprising dozens of datasets covering India’s over 500,000 villages and 8000 towns using a set of a common geographic identifiers that span 25 years.
To learn more about and download the SHRUG, visit the SHRUG website.
To raise a bug, request a feature, or otherwise identify a problem, please submit a GitHub issue to the
shrug-public repository .