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Data science and data methodologies at the Office for National Statistics

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We will be providing an overview of the role of the ONS and some of the recent high-profile data science projects ONS have been involved in. We will then be talking in more detail about the projects currently underway in which relate to new methodologies for data linkage with a focus on population estimation and demography.

Speaker Bios: Mary Cleaton and Salah Merad are from the Methodology and Quality Department (MQD) which is responsible for the statistical methods that underpin statistical production and analysis, turning statistical theory into practice and ensuring high quality and continuous improvement. We enable better statistics and research by ensuring Government analysts both inside and outside ONS have the methods required to do their important work and are supported to innovate and upgrade outputs.

This talk is part of the Data Intensive Science Seminar Series series.

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