Social media is such a key part of everyday life and with the data readily available online, it has the potential to change the way we collect information to understand society. However, it is paramount that data sources used in the production of official statistics are accurate, relevant, unbiased, and most importantly, they must be used ethically.
We’re looking for a Data Visualisation Specialist to design and code powerful visualisations and intuitive interfaces to add impact to complex data analysis projects.
Registration for the 2019 MSc in Data Analytics for Government (MDataGov) Symposium is now open. The annual Symposium is an opportunity for…
High growth businesses drive economic growth in the UK. Therefore, understanding the characteristics that may lead to high performance is an area of active research.
In the last quarter of 2018 the Campus welcomed delegates from Statistics Indonesia to exchange experience in growing data science skills across government, as they prepare to launch their own Masters programme and Centre for Big Data Statistics.Read more
Following the graduation of our first data analyst level 4 apprentices, we launched the first Data Science Degree Apprenticeship in Wales, with the first round of applications now complete.Read more
We explore whether it is possible to classify financial corporations to their detailed Standard Industry Classification 2007 (SIC2007) using financial assets, liabilities and other firm-level data.Read more