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.
How the Data Science Campus and UNECE are continuing to lead international collaboration on Machine Learning for Official Statistics through the ML 2021 group.
The Campus has exceeded a target to train 500 public sector analysts in data science by 2021. The target was originally set in 2018, and recently confirmed in the National Data Strategy.
We’re hiring a Business Support Officer to provide confidential, dedicated support to the Data Science Campus.
We have been exploring Facebook data to understand changing patterns of mobility and the impact of lockdown restrictions.
To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2021, we asked some of our degree data science apprentices why they chose the apprenticeship, and the impact it has had on their career journey so far.
The Campus is partnering with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) to to develop research, build skills and share resources on Machine Learning developments and applications for official statistics across the global statistical community.Read more on ONS-UNECE Machine Learning 2021 Group
This blog outlines some of the work the Campus has been doing, bringing our skills together with new data sources to help inform responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Read more on Understanding mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic
In this blog, we describe how we have assessed the quality of the novel Global Surface Water Explorer (GSWE) dataset to better understand its value and fitness-for-purpose, producing data to report the UK’s position on indicator 6.6.1.Read more on Using satellite imagery to report changes to water bodies for SDG 6.6.1