We examine two recently published reports that look at the current cost-of-living crisis, poverty and how data can aid in alleviating these societal issues.
Data Impact blog
Category: Open Data
Last week saw the second release of census data by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). The newly released data, as a bundled file and individual files for the topics released, can be downloaded from our bulk download tool.
The first data from the 2021 census has been released. These statistics are produced by the Northern Ireland Statics and Research Agency (NISRA) and are also available from the UK Data Service.
Sam Milsom shares how Open Data Manchester has developed over ten years and during the lockdown, while Julia Kasmire from the UK Data Service shares the contribution the Service made to ODM’s Pick N Mix workshops.
Keith Cole has had a long and interesting career with the UK Data Service and its predecessors. He retires this month and we wanted to find out about that career and the contributions he’s made in the field.
Cameron Brick on using the diverse range of openly available psychological data, including from the UK Data Service.
Deirdre Appel from Open Data Watch explores the data value chain and how it can support the impact of data.
Ralph Cochrane, Founder of AppChallenge and The Creative Grid, talks about the UK Data Service’s first app!
Richard Wiseman Socio-economic Data Services: Specialist Support Officer and Celia Russell, International Data Specialist at the UK Data Service, present a series of data in the UK Data Service collection relevant to analyses of the North West and Greater Manchester regions and possible comparators, nationally and internationally, ahead of the ‘Northern Powerhouse in the world open data dive’.