The Data Science Accelerator is a capability-building programme which gives analysts from across the public sector the opportunity to develop their data science skills. We wanted to share what participants from the 7th cohort have been working on.
Peter Jackson, Head of Data at The Pensions Regulator talks about collaborating with the Better Use of Data Team at GDS to better use data on pension schemes by pioneering the use of Machine Learning.
We have recently launched the alpha of the government service register which lists government services that are a subdomain of service.gov.uk.
We have created the alpha register of government organisations, focussing on government organisations with a presence on GOV.UK.
The register of internal drainage boards, which will serve approximately 50,000 farmers and owners of prime agricultural land at risk of flooding, has gone into alpha.
We are proposing to develop a data science sandbox to help government analysts and data scientists access the tools and support they need.
The next government data publishers meetup will take place on 9 March. Find out how you can get involved and what you can expect.
This weekend the open data community will come together for the fourth Open Data Camp in Cardiff. But what can we expect from the event?
On 24 April 2017, we’ll be hosting the first ever Government Data Science Conference at Conway Hall, London and we are asking you to submit your proposals to deliver either a show and tell, demo or talk as part of the conference.
We've been making improvements to the publishing process on data.gov.uk to make it easier for users to find the information they need.
We’ve talked a lot about registers forming part of a digital ecosystem, providing data good enough to build services on. We’ve also outlined the characteristics of a register and how each characteristic helps registers remain authoritative and up to date. …