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This paper illustrates how synthetic big data can be generated from standard administrative small data. Small areal statistical units are decomposed into households and individuals using a GIS buildings data layer. Households and individuals are then profiled with socio-economic attributes and combined with an agent based simulation model in order to create dynamics. The resultant data is 'big' in terms of volume, variety and versatility. It allows for different layers of spatial information todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-40902-3_20 fatcat:7ufesxn46zejdjxpdo56ctygcy