Weekly Update May 12-19

So, what have I been up to lately?

Working again on agile business intelligence with both of my Jisc Analytics Labs teams; I went to a meeting in London for the team focussed on postgraduate courses, and worked remotely for the team working on estates data. Its been a busy week – creating synthetic data as placeholders for private data sources, and reshaping HESA data using Alteryx.

Discussing a potential project proposal for the UFI VocTech challenge with partners.

Watching Eurovision. I really wanted Belgium to win this year – the Portugese thing did nothing for me.

Preparing our new online research data service for launch. Website is up, last few bugs seem to be fixed, and we’re bringing onboard private beta participants.

Ich Lerne noch Deutsch. 46%! Danke, Duolingo.

Studying Machine Learning with a Coursera course from Stanford. Getting my linear algebra on this week using Octave!

Helping one of our clients fill a gap in their development capacity.

In case you don’t know me, I’m a consultant and partner in Cetis LLP, specialising in BI/analytics, open source software, and technology discovery and pre-procurement. Always interested in new clients, so feel free to get in touch.


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