In this post, Beate Lichtwardt from the UK Data Service and Deborah Wiltshire from the GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences discuss an exciting new initiative to enable secure data to be shared internationally.
Data Impact blog
Category: Data Innovation
In this post, Dr Lewis Smith discusses data classification and the gendering of consumerism through the lens of market research conducted by rail companies in the 1970s.
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.
Data Orchard has been researching organisational data maturity since 2015. Sian Basker talks about their recent State of the Sector report and how data maturity is all about the people.
Professor David Martin has led the way in modelling populations in geographical information systems. In the second part of our interview with him we talk with him about his key achievements and contributions to the field.
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.
We introduce the ideas behind digital twins, share some examples and explore some of the data implications.
Eric Anvar, Head of Smart Data at OECD, explains how the Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange (SDMX) standard has improved the new .Stat Suite platform for data producers and users, and considers the potential value of augmenting SDMX usage with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
We were pleased to run a Data Dive on 6th July, together with Methods at Manchester. The challenge was: Local to global: The data in plastic, from single use carrier bags to international emissions from plastic manufacture – data strategies for plastic usage reduction.