The LBD is at its core a re-usable longitudinal data spine with each of its component providing the longitudinal link between business references. Data spine is a new concept.
We demonstrate the use of a range of freely available anonymised and aggregated novel datasets to estimate visitation counts to natural areas.
We are delighted to share that we are supporting Cabinet Office’s new annual training initiative, One Big Thing. This year, the focus is on data upskilling!
We have been exploring how NLP techniques and LLMs could be used in the future to improve website search experience for end-users.
We are planning to follow up on previous work we published earlier this year looking at public transport availability across the UK, by providing metrics for urban centres across the UK, as well as their international counterparts.
Using novel modelling approaches, we have produced an alternative estimation of the travel to work matrices annually between 2012 and 2021, bridging the 10-year gap between Census data.
Coming soon: the Data Science Community Showcase is a celebration of the power of community. This year, the event will take place over three days, from 28 to 30 November 2023.Read more on Data Science Community Showcase 2023
We have produced an alternative estimation of the census travel to work matrices annually from 2012 to 2021, bridging the 10-year gap. This report looks at the technical specification of the gravity model, with the summary of input data and initial results.Read more on Technical report: Estimation of travel to work matrices
Nowcasting refers to generating estimates of the current (“now”) state of the economy. We investigate how signature methods can be useful in the context of economic nowcastingRead more on Helping decision makers understand the economy quickly through new methods