David Kingman from HM Treasury discusses how reading books on R and Python has helped him achieve more impact from his work as a data scientist.
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Our #DataImpactFellows work in diverse areas, some of them combining more than one role. This gives them a great chance to explore the question “What does impact mean to me?” Here are David Kingman’s thoughts.
Several of our #DataImpactFellows are taking on new roles and joining different projects. Here’s an update on some of their movements.
We’ve asked our #DataImpactFellows to share their ideas about ‘change’. David Kingman tells us about how his experiences of learning to programme in R have changed his research career.
We’ve asked our #DataImpactFellows to share a day in their life. David Kingman talks us through a memorable day in his career as a researcher: when he got to go and give oral evidence about his research to the House of Lords.
A few months ago, we had the great pleasure of spending a day with our new #DataImpactFellows at Chetham’s Library in Manchester – one of the oldest public libraries in the world. During the day we asked some of them how and why they use data from the UK Data Service and why the Service is so important to their research.
On Wednesday 22nd May, it was our great pleasure to host an event for our new Data Impact Fellows at Chetham’s Library, Manchester.
We are delighted to announce David Kingman as one of our #DataImpactFellows for 2019.
Applications for the 2019 UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows programme were of extremely high quality, making the judges’ job extremely difficult. We are delighted to make six full Fellowship awards and also two highly commended awards.