Cardiff University will offer stand alone MDataGov modules in the 2020 to 2021 academic year.
We are pleased to offer MDataGov sponsorship to begin study in the 2020-2021 academic year. Applications close on Sunday 28 June 2020.
We introduce pyGrams – a new Python tool for extracting, visualising and identifying emerging terms in large document collections, such as patents.
On International Day of Girls in ICT 2020, Harriet Sands talks about her journey into data science, what it’s like to work as a data scientist in government and how she would encourage a younger version of herself to get in to data science.
We are exploring new data sources such as Google’s Community Mobility Reports to strengthen the information that we have through surveys and other sources.
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.
The University of Glasgow will offer the MDataGov online in the 2020 to 2021 academic year and will also offer individual modules from the programme this summer.Read more
We are pleased to announce Cardiff University as the latest provider to join the MDataGov Framework from October 2020.Read more
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, our Data Science Degree apprentices share their progress and the difference they are making at the Data Science Campus.Read more