ONS analysis has held workshop events for the last two years to report progress and gather users’ thoughts and experiences of census data and analysis. We are always keen to receive your feedback.
Reports and summaries of the July 2013 events in London and Manchester will be posted here shortly.
Sessions for the day will included:
The story so far – what the census has told us about England and Wales in 2011
Making use of census data – how to make the most of census data
Future plans – overview of future census releases and discussion of ONS and external users analysis plans
Attendees had the opportunity to:
Comment on the analysis produced to date and current proposals for future analysis
Discuss the relative priorities of these to help shape the ONS census analysis work programme
Share with the group how they have used census data and what plans they have for further analysis
What if you missed them?
- Each event has been posted onto Storify (external link) where information on the presentations and discussions can be found. Session summaries will be available shortly on the ONS website. We would be pleased to receive your comments, preferences, priorities or questions.
Presentations from the workshops
Census Analysis Presentation July 2013 (13.46 Mb Powerpoint presentation)
Guest Speaker - Barry Leventhal (1.75 Mb Powerpoint presentation)
Guest Speaker - Ludi Simpson (2.16 Mb Powerpoint presentation)
Please contact the ONS central census analysis team Census.email@example.com
Tel: 01633 455925