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.
Data Impact blog
Category: Policy Impact
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 welcome Andy Dudfield from Full Fact, who explains the importance of fact checking and how the UK Data Service supports Full Fact’s work.
Bożena Wielgoszewska reflects on the importance of good communication in her collaboration on the Covid-19 Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing National Core Study.
We examine the need for persistent identifiers for digital content, as the UK Data service welcomes the UK Government’s consultation on using the DOI standard.
The UK Data Service welcomes Open Data Manchester’s Declaration for responsible and intelligent data practice.
The UK Data Service welcomes the UK Government’s National Data Strategy. We introduce some of the key points and encourage people to contribute to the consultation.
Stuart Mills concludes his series on data policy theory, exploring simulcara, doppelgangers and how much we really exist in a virtual world.
Stuart Mills continues his series on data policy theory, focusing on the opportunities and problems of nudging.