WHY data? What is BIG about data? Why blending is good. See Paul’s talk at ECCV 2013.
We’re speaking at and sponsoring the 2013 Enterprise Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Conference. It’s on March 7 in London.
Crime in England & Wales rose by 110,000 or 23% between December last when the Home Office website went online and April (6 months). This is a steep increase. It’s possible that December is a seasonally low crime month (the data certainly suggests that), in which case the rise is 70,000 or 14%. Still significant. [...]
For those interested in a global perspective, G-View 3 captures global data. US economic data is richly detailed and for those interested in seeing, for example, GDP by industry and state and how UK regions compare, the data are powerful. We have prepared a screenshot and very short demo of how the data performs (for [...]
Those interested in how the UK will fare in the next 10-20 years, should consider “An Economy that Works; Job Creation and America’s Future”, a McKinsey Report. The numbers are of course American, but the lessons are applicable here. Two interesting findings from many. Figure A6 (page 66) distinguishes employment on a 5 x 3 [...]
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2010 is a comprehensive analysis of wealth and poverty in England. Based on 8 ‘domans’ of poverty: Housing Crime Education Employment Health Income Environment TOTAL As with all government data, this database captures EVERYONE. Therefore, although the focus is on poverty, where the poor do not live, live the [...]