Data analysis

Data analysis

What the newly released census data can tell you about your local area

23rd November 2012

The first set of small area data from the Census 2011 was…
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Census 2011 impacts on local funding and deprivation levels

16th July 2012

The first wave of Census data came out this morning, and already…
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Census 2011 shows large population changes in local areas

16th July 2012

The wait is over, with the first release of Census 2011 data…
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How deprivation levels affect rural funding

24th May 2012

Deprivation levels and funding allocations can sound a bit dry and technical,…
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Three picks from the Open Data sweet-shop Part 2

18th September 2011

The Head of IT at Brighton & Hove Council recently weighed-in with…
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Mind the gap – how did deprived areas fare in the recesssion?

9th September 2011

Summary It has been a key government ambition in recent years to…
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Three picks from the Open Data sweet-shop Part 1

1st September 2011

The Head of IT at Brighton & Hove Council, Paul Colbran, recently…
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The Dilnot report: Something for everyone?

7th July 2011

Directors of adult social services have welcomed “without reservation” the report of the…
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Rural economy analysis for LEPs

24th March 2011

As part of our Rural Evidence work for Action with Communities in…
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Headline results from the Indices of Deprivation 2010

24th March 2011

(See the previous post for background information on the Indices of Deprivation…
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Why the Indices of Deprivation are still important in the open data era

24th March 2011

The government Indices of Deprivation were published earlier today, including the overview…
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Predicting need for intensive social care at individual level

1st March 2011

Predictive models are increasingly being used in health care to identify people…
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Seaside towns also hit hard by Housing Benefit reform

29th October 2010

The media spotlight has highlighted how the Housing Benefit reforms from the…
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Comprehensive Spending Review 2010: impact on local areas

29th October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government is going to…
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Effective research is critical to meeting the tough spending challenge

21st October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government is going to…
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Spending review for local government – main points

20th October 2010

The Comprehensive Spending Review has confirmed that local government are firmly in…
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Impact of the 2011/12 adult social care returns

3rd October 2010

The Health and Social Care Information Centre published a number of provisional…
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Impact of revisions to the mid-year population estimates

18th September 2010

Revisions to the standard mid-year population estimates have a significant impact on some local authority resident populations, particularly in London and other large cities. The effect on calculated population data such as benefit claimant rates is also significant, and could lead to changes in how initiatives to tackle worklessness and other issues are targeted