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
Category: Data Curation
David Martin, Deputy Director of the UK Data Service, introduces our blog series on the 2021/2022 UK censuses, with a pertinent discussion of ‘why now?’
Dr Dharmi Kapadia, of the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity and panellists for #DataImpact2021, explores representation of ethnic minority people in data and introduces the Evidence for Equality National Survey.
Louise Corti explores the challenges of ensuring longitudinal survey data is classified appropriately for safe, non-disclosive access.
Louise Corti introduces the QAMyData tool recently developed by the UK Data Service.
Sebastian Netscher from GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences explores the FAIR data principles and how they can support increasing transparency in research.
Louise Corti, Director of Collections Development and Data Publishing for the UK Data Service explores research reproducibility in qualitative research.
Deirdre Appel from Open Data Watch explores the data value chain and how it can support the impact of data.
Maureen Haaker of the UK Data Service, and student at University of Essex, shares her experience on the May CLARIN workshop for transcription tools for turning recorded human speech into a textual representation that is as close as possible to what has been uttered.