Creating a shared language for data During November we wrapped up our year of events for our professional data network, Be Part Of The Equation, with a final session focusing on Understanding Our Population Through The Data Available Around Us. …
Clare McLean heads up communications and stakeholder engagement for the Essex Centre for Data Analytics. Clare has been with ecda since its inception and is really passionate about the potential to combine data with the experience of people across Essex to create powerful insight and inform key decisions about the county’s future
September has been all about building capability! From focusing on our team’s analysis skills and fostering know-how within the wider data network to engaging our senior leaders and enabling Essex organisations and communities to better understand issues so that they …
About a year ago, I was beginning to tell people about the job I was going to start in October as the Head of ecda. The idea of an Office of Data Analytics (ODA) isn’t very well known, even among …
We have been discovering what residents living in Essex really think about our work to join data between public services in Essex.
From its inception ecda has put ethical practices at the core of its work, subscribing to ethical principles that safeguard the people of Essex, ensuring we are transparent about how we’re using the data we hold only where there are clear benefits to delivering services that improve their lives.
Joining social care, education and crime data provided new insight to inform a campaign to prevent vulnerable young adults from gang recruitment.
We're bringing data colleagues together to unite Essex. Find out how to be part of the equation, and what's in it for you.
If you haven't heard of the Essex Centre for Data Analytics, we're here to introduce you to some of the basics.
Welcome to the new Essex Centre for Data Analytics blog!
We're starting with a celebration as ecda turns two! Find out about our year of collaboration, and what our new blog has in store!