Archive for October 2015
Keith Dugmore, of the CDRC and Demographic User Group, commented on better use of data in commercial settings in a recent article in the Financial Times.Read More
On 7 October 2015, CDRC’s UCL researcher Oliver O’Brien featured on an article in the BBC News online. Titled ‘London’s Underground Languages’ the article tracks the most common linguistic journeys across the Victoria Line, identifying a rich diversity of languages depending on the point of any given journey. Oliver’s contribution included a map of Londoners […]Read More
On 7 October 2015 the CDRC sponsored and supported the 12th annual Demographics User Group Conference (DUG), hosted at the Royal Society. The conference focussed upon “How can data analyses best be communicated to decision-makers? Visualising – Distilling – Influencing” and bought together people from DUG’s 15 member companies, with special attendees from guests in […]Read More
The Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) launched its data services on Monday 5 October 2015, offering new data for researchers to garner unprecedented insights into consumer behaviour.
Whilst protecting privacy, data will – for the first time – be routinely collected and shared with the CDRC by major retailers, local government organisations and businesses across the UK to improve understanding of these complex patterns of consumer behaviour.Read More