Dave Rawnsley and Chris Daly continue their exploration of usage of the UK Data Service’s international and census data, and how data citation can demonstrate how far data-enhanced research reaches.
Data Impact blog
Tag: international data
Dave Rawnsley and Chris Daly explore usage of the UK Data Service’s international and census data.
Jamey Hart from the UK Data Service recently attended the 7th SDMX Global conference. Here he looks at what SDMX is and how its use is growing internationally.
The Lancet Countdown is a unique research collaboration between 24 international academic institutions and inter-governmental organisations. The Lancet Countdown monitors progress on the relationships between health and climate change, and their implications for national governments, reporting annually and making recommendations for activity to mitigate climate change.
Marie Stack shares her positive experiences of using data from the UK Data Service collection with students.
Ralph Cochrane, Founder of AppChallenge and The Creative Grid, talks about the UK Data Service’s first app!
Susan Noble from the UK Data Service international data team discusses how we’ve made the Human Rights Atlas data we host even more accessible, by making it available for analysis in UKDS.Stat, the data dissemination platform for international data at the UK Data Service.
Susan Noble, Service Manager for international data at the UK Data Service based at Jisc, talks about how we find out what people have actually done with the data we provide and why it’s important that we do what we do!
Victoria Moody, Director of Impact and Communications at the UK Data Service discusses some of the new international initiatives focused on the opportunity to evaluate, reconsider, enhance or reconstruct not only the data on which major decisions about solving global challenges are based but also the concepts which underpin those data and, most encouragingly, focusing on innovative and more inclusive approaches to do so.