As part of our series of posts on the 2021/2022 UK censuses, we explore how the UK Data Service offers access to UK census data from 1971 to 2011, and how the 2021/2022 censuses have developed from earlier versions.
Data Impact blog
Rob Dymond-Green of the UK Data Service explores Kepler.gl, an open source mapping tool for large scale datasets.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have been recently doing work on question design and gauging the effect of asking questions on topics such as Gender identity, Sexual orientation and Armed forces community.
Sanah Yousaf, one of our interns talks about how she approached the task of learning R.
Amy Bonsall, one of our interns talks about how she approached the task of working out how to calculate Townsend scores and then of finding others work to compare against as a way to quality assure the methodology.
Amy Bonsall one of our interns talks about what deprivation is and how it could be calculated.
We’ve been lucky enough to have two interns come and work with us over the summer. They have been working on creating a set of Townsend Deprivation scores, using the UK 2011 Census data we have available via InFuse.
Rob Dymond-Green describes the creation of the 2011 UK Census dataset available through InFuse.
Rob Dymond-Green (Technical Co-ordinator for the Census Support Service) at the UK Data Service, continues his discussion of new ways of presenting the Service’s data collections. In this post Rob continues this theme, moving onto exploring the temporal nature of the studies.