Data Visualisations for LSE

We worked with a team of researchers from the Centre for Analysis and Social Exclusion (CASE) at LSE to develop the visual outputs of their reports.

Our work at OCSI is driven by open data and projects often rely on their ability to relay that data to people in a way that they are able to accurately interpret and understand. This is essentially the task of data visualisation and developing good practices in this area has long been part of our remit.

An example of the visualisation we have done for CASE can be found in this report: “Social Policy in a Cold Climate: Policy, Spending and Outcomes under Labour from 1997 to 2010”.

See more about our work with data visualisation – http://www.improving-visualisation.org/

 


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