The past couple of weeks have seen some significant releases of Census 2021 data. We took a look at some Census “firsts” in these releases, including new statistics on marriage, civil partnerships and veterans as well as some new visualisation tools.
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Category: Data Curation
Joshua Fullard discusses his research into consent when linking survey and administrative data. He shares about why data linkage can be beneficial and methods to increase respondents consent rates.
Headline 2022 census data for England and Wales has been released and is available from the UK Data Service.
Professor David Martin, Deputy Director of the UK Data Service, explores possible future directions for the UK censuses.
Professor David Martin, Deputy Director of the UK Data Service, discusses how the UK censuses have adapted to change over the past sixty years and some of the challenges we face in 2021/22.
We introduce some of the UK Data Service expertise being showcased as part of this week’s NCRM Research Methods e-festival.
Helena Rosiecka discusses Census 2021 data outputs. She also considers the importance of user needs, and how the Office for National Statistics is working to improve census data outputs.
James O’Toole introduces the Smart Energy Research Lab – and its benefit to researchers.
Stephanie Blanchard introduces the Office for National Statistics’ approaches to ensuring individuals and households aren’t identifiable in the 2021 Census outputs.