Anthonia Ijeoma Onyeahialam, one of our Data Impact Fellows, introduces this beautiful and informative site where she shares some tips on how GIS can benefit your research, from data collection, management, analysis, to communicating findings to the public. There are real life examples on how to incorporate it in your research proposal and new ways it […]
The UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows 2017-2019 talk about their research and developing impact. The Data Impact Fellows programme is designed to support the use of UK Data Service data and resources by new generations of scholars through the research partnerships they develop and the students they teach through out their careers. Hear more about their role as #DataImpactFellows.
A round-up from the news and across the web of the impact of data held in the UK Data Service collection…
– Rail chaos
– Farming around the world
– Taking medicines abroad
– Grenfell inquiry
– Regional and national identity
– Love Island
John Jerrim (Twitter) and Sam Sims (Twitter) at the UCL Institute of Education, supported by the Nuffield Foundation consider the data behind grammar school expansion.
Matteo Sandi, one of our Data Impact Fellows, discusses his research with Stephen Machin into whether UK academies used disciplinary approaches and exclusions to improve aggregate exam results.
Andrew Treloar of the Australian National Data service discusses the #dataimpact campaign which explored how data is making a difference in Australia and beyond.
A round-up from the news and across the web of the impact of data held in the UK Data Service collection… Always the renter, never the house owner? The Guardian reported on analysis by the Labour party of the English Housing Survey shows a huge increase in the number of people renting homes from private landlords who […]