The Treasury recognises the complexity of the coding used in the COINS data that have been released. It is organising a short seminar on 2 July from 0930 to 1230 aimed at developers and others that are using the released data to generate systems or other on-line capabilities to allow the public to access the released data. The seminar will aim to provide further information on:

  • The differing data types and their usage;
  • “Key” fields for the purposes of building meaningful aggregates;
  • Building key/meaningful aggregates, with their associated field combinations and exclusions;
  • Difficulties associated with reconstructing exactly published information.

The seminar will also try to address specific issues pre-advised by those attending.

We would like to invite developers to request a place at the seminar by completing the form attached below, and sending it to by Friday 25 June. Space at the seminar is limited, and if over-subscribed we will use the information provided to identify those to whom places will be offered. We will inform you if you have been allocated a place by Wednesday 30 June.

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  1. Comment by Anonymous posted on

    Hey guys, how about running some of these around the country so in these times of austerity we don't all have to travel down to London? @coldclimate


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