Julia Kasmire has recently joined the UK Data Service to develop a training programme on New Forms of Data. But what exactly does that entail?
Data Impact blog
Category: Data Science
Anca Vlad of the UK Data Service investigates the range of data in the UK Data Service collection related to Brexit.
Aishah Selamat, one of our Data Impact Fellows, took part in a data science boot camp earlier this year. Here we ask her to look back on it and tell us how it has benefited her and impacted her research.
Richard Harris discusses a different approach to measuring ethnic and socio-economic segregation and fitting a multilevel index of segregation to census data in R.
What happened at the GGDOT Hacknight in Manchester, when people explored the National Diet and Nutrition Survey and a dataset looking at greenhouse gas emissions associated with food?
Rachel Oldroyd, one of the UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows, takes a step-by-step approach to using R and RStudio to analyse Food Hygiene Rating Scores.
Anthonia Ijeoma Onyeahialam, one of our Data Impact Fellows, introduces this beautiful and informative site where she shares some tips on how GIS can benefit your research, from data collection, management, analysis, to communicating findings to the public.
As part of a suite of articles on big data, Szymon Walkowiak, who worked with us as a data scientist, writes about the capabilities of R for researchers who wish to process and analyse big data.
We’re all things technical! Fiona Cameron, Application Developer at the UK Data Service, discusses exciting developments from the Architecture Task Force sessions at the Statistical Information System Collaboration Community (SIS-CC) Annual Workshop in Paris.