This blog is the third in a series introducing some of the work we have been doing in the Welsh Government’s Data Science Unit. A lot of the work we do as data scientists involves analysing data in some way, but we also like to develop tools that help people work with data. Here are a couple of examples of things we’ve been developing.Continue reading
Welcome to the second part of our blog series that introduces some of the projects that the Data Science Unit are working on. Part 1 was published last week.
This blog covers a project that investigates the use of internet speed test data to support our existing knowledge of coverage across Wales.Continue reading
While accurate and timely statistics have always been recognised as a key input to good quality decision and policy making within government, this past year has put data at the forefront of strategy and reporting in a new way due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The public appetite for data has risen and products such as data dashboards are being frequently used by people who may not have been actively engaged in data previously.Continue reading
The Sport Wales’ School Sport Survey will be back in 2018 and preparations are well underway for the April launch date.
The Team heading up the project which last round saw 116,000 youngsters share their views on physical activity in Wales, have been busy consulting with partners on potential changes and improvements.
Senior Insight Officer, Lauren Carter-Davies, talked us through the Survey and planned improvements…
What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be implemented in the UK on 25 May 2018 and organisations have less than a year left to prepare for its impact.