This blog outlines some of the work the Campus has been doing, bringing our skills together with new data sources to help inform responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In this blog, we describe how we have assessed the quality of the novel Global Surface Water Explorer (GSWE) dataset to better understand its value and fitness-for-purpose, producing data to report the UK’s position on indicator 6.6.1.
We used text data from over 500,000 business websites to inform survey response-chasing efforts and gain insights into the impact of COVID-19.
On World Statistics Day 2020, our ONS FCDO Data Science Hub talk about exploring the use of satellite imagery to conduct a cattle census in South Sudan.
This week is National Coding Week – an annual event that aims to inspire young people to code and build digital skills.
Using deep learning algorithms with publicly available traffic camera images to help understand changing patterns of mobility and activity levels in towns and cities.
We conducted a lessons learned exercise to help understand the challenges faced by our teams during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Read more on The hard reality of being a learning organisation
The latest update on our work with Barclays exploring if aggregated and anonymised card transactions data could provide significantly quicker, more granular insight into UK consumer spending.Read more on Payments Data for Public Good
The Campus will develop and deliver the 2021 programme in partnership with several Office for National Statistics (ONS) teams and other government departments.Read more on 2021 Commonwealth Professional Fellowship programme