In March, we blogged about our work with analysts across government to transform the way we produce official statistics. We borrowed ideas from software development and academia to demonstrate what this might look like. We called the project ‘RAP’, which stands for Reproducible Analytical Pipelines.
Matt Upson - Data scientist, GDS
Producing official statistics for publications is a key function of many teams across government. It’s a time consuming and meticulous process to ensure that statistics are accurate and timely. With open source software becoming more widely used, there’s now a …
Understanding what users think about GOV.UK helps us to build better services to meet citizens' needs. Recently we've automated some of the process for analysing thousands of responses to one of our user surveys.
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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.
- We want your feedback on using the DOI standard in government 10 November 2020
- Cross-government performance analyst meet-up 29 October 2020
- Government Data Science Festival 2020 25 September 2020
- Updating the Government Data Ethics Framework 22 September 2020
- Building a government data community 18 September 2020