In this guest blog, Robyn Hunt from the ONS travel and tourism review team looks at using mobility data to model estimates from the International Passenger Survey.
Our university partners are running a selection of the MSc in Data Analytics for Government (MDataGov) modules online as standalone courses for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) during the 2021 to 2022 academic year.
We worked with Statistics Canada to help build data science skills in the Caribbean community, delivering virtual Reproducible Analytical Pipelines training to 12 nations over 5 time zones.
Many countries in the developing world lack regular estimates of road traffic activity. To address this, we applied machine learning techniques to open-source satellite data to generate estimates of traffic volume in Kenya, East Africa.
We are carrying out a Level 7 (Master’s Level) review of data science training across the public sector and are inviting participants complete a one-off questionnaire or attend a one hour virtual focus group.
The Data Masterclass helps senior leaders across UK government, the public sector and devolved administrations put data and evidence at the heart of their organisation.
We have been exploring if machine learning methods and publicly available spatial datasets can be used to map and understand HIV risk in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa.Read more on Mapping HIV risk in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa
Applications are open for the 2021 Data Science Graduate Programme until 3 June 2021. This year’s programme has been expanded to offer places at several high-profile public-sector organisations.Read more on Expanding the Data Science Graduate Programme
How the Data Science Campus and UNECE are continuing to lead international collaboration on Machine Learning for Official Statistics through the ML 2021 group.Read more on Leading international collaboration in machine learning for official statistics