In #LoveDataWeek we thought we’d celebrate four years of the #DataImpactBlog with a look back over some of the varied posts from the last four years. We’ve posted content from a range of writers who’ve been creating, managing and using some of the wonderful data assets we make available, in the UK and internationally, researching change in people’s lives over time and guiding the development of policy. What themes have emerged and what’s changed in the data impact space?
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Alasdair Rae uses quantative and qualitative data, including the stories of the people affected, to explore the reality of using public transport to access work from poorer areas of the country.
Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataImpactFellows, explores collaborating with others to submit evidence to the All-Parliamentary Group on Literacy and meeting with stakeholders at Facebook HQ.
Aishah Selamat, one of our Data Impact Fellows, took part in a data science boot camp earlier this year. Here we ask her to look back on it and tell us how it has benefited her and impacted her research.
Dharmi Kapadia, one of our Data Impact Fellows, shares how she engaged with younger potential researchers.