Stuart Mills continues his series on data policy theory, concentrating here on different views to what data are.
Christian Reynolds, one of our #DataImpactFellows, tells us about a day in his life as a Technical Specialist at WRAP and seeing data impact in action.
Janet Bowstead, one of our #DataImpactFellows for 2019, explores how fast and slow thinking could make a difference in creating impact.
We’ve asked our #DataImpactFellows to share a day in their life. James Cockett recalls presenting his research to the Low Pay Commission.
Stuart Mills asks; how do we balance the societal transformations we can see as a result of digital technology and data with the political economy which persists within that same society?
What does the National Travel Survey tell us about road injuries? Rachel Aldred explores how the National Travel Survey can add to the official statistics on risks and injuries to pedestrians and cyclists.
Louise Corti introduces the QAMyData tool recently developed by the UK Data Service.