We're borrowing software engineering tools to make analytical code more robust, and encouraging people to ditch spreadsheets for programming languages. Our aim is ease of reproducibility, quality assurance, auditability, adaptability and sustainability of our analysis.
Alexander Newton - Good Practice Data Scientist, ONS
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This is a cross government blog about our work with data and the way we’re using performance analysis and data science techniques to improve service delivery and policy outcomes, and our work to find, access and use open government data.
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