The Data Standards Authority has published guidance about creating and sharing spreadsheets to help people avoid errors and make their spreadsheets easy to find and use across government.
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.
GDS has been looking at how government can save money in business processes through the use of data standards and the interoperability they bring. Through improving how government processes talk to each other, we can deliver users simple, seamless and …