Our latest project investigates the use of machine learning techniques to predict missing energy performance scores. It also attempts to create a complete picture of the energy efficiency profile for domestic properties in Wales.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, our Data Science Degree apprentices share their progress and the difference they are making at the Data Science Campus.
Tuli Amutenya is a Graduate Data Scientist from the Namibia Statistics Agency who has spent the last 6 months at ONS. Here, Tuli shares her experiences and the learning she will be taking home.
This series brings together economists and data scientists together, showcasing work in this fledgling field and exploring the potential for future development.
Registration is now open for the 2020 MDataGov Symposium! Former, current and prospective MDataGov students are invited to showcase data science research and projects conducted within government, and share experiences.
How data science is helping to address the challenge of measuring the Sustainable Development goals in the UK.
In this guest blog, the Jean Golding Institute data challenge winners, explore if there’s an association between the Loneliness Index scores and movement for education.Read more
Today we published latest release of new, faster, indicators of economic activity constructed from novel data sources.Read more
Can non-standard data sources help us understand the relationship between management practices and high growth?Read more