Professor David Martin has led the way in modelling populations in geographical information systems. As he steps down from the UK Data Service, we catch up with him to talk about his key achievements and contributions to the field.
Data Impact blog
In our ongoing series about how the Jheronimous Academy of Data Science brings students together with business, Sandra van den Poll introduces the vital work of the impact team in involving businesses into the educational programmes.
We introduce the ideas behind digital twins, share some examples and explore some of the data implications.
Dr Julia Kasmire recently ran a reproducibility bootcamp through the NCRM. Here she reflects on the importance of reproducibility, the ground covered during the bootcamp, and the response of participants.
Key data in the UK Data Service collection have played an important part in modelling key housing outcomes as part of a body of research by Professors Glen Bramley and Suzanne Fitzpatrick which has had significant impact on housing and homelessness policy in the UK.
Morag Henderson, Nikki Shure and Anna Adamecz-Volgyi report on their ‘first in family’ findings.
Neil Dymond-Green explores how data in the UK Data Service collection has been feeding into a UK Parliament committee inquiry into children in poverty.
The Office for National Statistics Research Excellence Awards are back. Louise Corti and Callum Barnes return to showcase the latest developments. Could you be one of this year’s winners?
In the second part of our mini-series, Dr. Ksenia Podoynitsyna explores how the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) translates data science into business and societal impact.