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Analyse this!

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The idea to develop the analysis function originally came from the Cabinet Office, from Sir Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni. They challenged the analyst community to become more visible, and for our analysis to inform decisions on key issues like Brexit and the security of our nation.

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Delegate registration for the 2018 GSS Conference

GSS Conference 2018

As many of you will know, delegate registration for the conference is now open! The delegates team (Sean, Avision and Francesca) have been hard at work, and all attendees (including speakers/presenters) should have received a delegate registration email from Francesca. All delegates must complete the form, so please take 5 minutes to fill it out […]

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Health Inequalities

Health Statistics Theme Groups

The Health Inequalities theme group met for the first time in May 2017. As with the other theme groups, we have been meeting to try and increase the coherence of our statistical outputs and improve the analytical service we provide to decision makers and other users.

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A Statistician’s view of DExEU

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Back in November 2017 after many years of working at the ONS I made the decision to take up a secondment as Head of Statistics at the Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU). I thought it would be useful to step back and reflect and share my experiences so far.

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How the Best Practice and Impact (BPI) team can help you!

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Do you think your statistical publication or the presentation of your analysis could be improved, could your tables be presented more simply, would you like to know how to produce infographics, could your policy colleagues benefit from understanding the basics in statistics, would you like some statistical methodological advise, would you like some academic input […]

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