Transparency declarations have a potential to capture a sizeable amount of public sector spending.Read more on Exploring trends in local government spending through transparency declarations
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.Read more on The Longitudinal Business Database: Capturing the UK economy with new business microdata
We demonstrate the use of a range of freely available anonymised and aggregated novel datasets to estimate visitation counts to natural areas.Read more on A data science approach to estimate the use of natural spaces: a feasibility study
We have been working with the Department for Business and Trade (DBT) to show how data science techniques can enable and enhance the analysis of global supply chains.Read more on Using Natural Language Processing for the analysis of global supply chains
A large-scale accessibility audit of many courses and presentation templates on the Learning Hub and the ONS website in 2021 revealed many accessibility issues that would impact users of screen reader technology.
In this blog post Jake Marshall talks about the process I developed and why this project is important not only to the Campus, but to him personally.
We welcomed guests from 26 national and international organisations at our offices in Newport, including partners from Rwanda, Brazil, Thailand, Lebanon, Jordan and Canada.Read more on Bringing the world to ONS: Working together on data science and big data
The Data Science and Data Visualisation Accelerator mentoring programmes will open for applications in January 2022.Read more on Boost your data science and visualisation skills in 2022!
In 2021, our highly successful Data Science Graduate Programme has been expanded across the UK pubic sector. We have offered 50 places on the programme, located in 10 public sector organisations. 25 places were offered to new graduates, selected from 511 applications. An additional 25 places have also been offered to 25 analysts already in posts, who want to significantly increase their data science skills.Read more on Graduate Induction Week
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.Read more on Taking Reproducible Analytical Pipelines on a virtual tour: first stop the Caribbean
We conducted a lessons learned exercise to help understand the challenges faced by our teams during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Read more on The hard reality of being a learning organisation
Across the public sector, analysts can benefit from the Data Science Accelerator, which opened for a new cohort of applications this week.Read more on Data Science Accelerator Programme
Every day our digital footprint is growing through simple activities like shopping, meaning nearly every industry is seeking data science skills.Read more on Increased demand in the data science job market
Following a brief midwinter break, here is our bumper two-month update, covering December 2017 and January 2018. The Campus continues…Read more on The months that were – December 2017 and January 2018
Here’s our update for November, the month when the Campus won an award and had the privilege of welcoming numerous…Read more on The month that was – November 2017
This is our monthly update for October 2017 – one of a series of regular snapshots that highlight some of…Read more on The month that was – October 2017
This is our monthly update for September – one of a series of regular snapshots on what we’ve been doing…Read more on The month that was – September 2017
Two of our Data Analytics apprentices, Charlotte O’Brien and Alexis Fernquest, share their experiences as volunteers at the 2017 Data…Read more on Volunteering at the 2017 Data for Policy conference
Welcome to “the month that was”, providing you with a snapshot of what we’ve been doing this month to support…Read more on The month that was – August 2017
Welcome to the first of our monthly updates – a regular snapshot on what we’ve been doing to support data…Read more on The month that was – July 2017
It is 100 days since the Data Science Campus officially opened our doors to help the Office for National Statistics…Read more on The first 100 days
The Data Science Campus celebrated a significant achievement on Monday 27 March, as it opened its doors for the first…Read more on We are officially open for business
Welcome to the ONS Data Science Campus. I’m Tom Smith, Managing Director for the Campus. On 27 March, Minister for…Read more on Data science for public good