Most users come to our site with a question, for which they believe some data is the answer. The best…Read more on What’s wrong with the way we publish data?
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Make data part of the web We have it written on stickers, we have it in our open data principles…Read more on Why we have produced a Beta version of a new ONS API
This is a companion post to the one Andy has published outlining ‘why’ we have built the API, and a…Read more on Using the new Beta ONS API
The following blog post is written by Andrew Phelps from our Social Surveys Transformation team. Getting ONS social surveys online…Read more on Getting ONS social surveys online
Is is possible to create a data literacy scale modelled on the GDS digital literacy scale? I think it might…Read more on A data literacy scale?
(or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the lower layer super output area) The Welsh language word for…Read more on Five things I learned from working on Customise My Data
Hello First up, I missed a sprint. It was Christmas. I was eating chocolates and feeling ill. Sorry. To…Read more on Sprint notes – CMD Beta – Sprint 15
The 2017 Family Spending data was released today. For the past three years the bulletin has been accompanied by an…Read more on How to customise an embedded interactive