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Creating Robust Small Area Population Estimates
8th December 2022
The 2021 Census results for England and Wales are gradually being released at small area. How will conducting a census during a pandemic affect the numbers?
10 years of Demographic Change in Poland
11th October 2022
With the processing and release of the 2021 Census starting to come through Jacek reviews how the demographics of Poland have changed over the last 10 years.
Bridging the gap between Censuses
26th August 2022
The UK Census is conducted every 10 years, so how do we bridge the gap between to get granular population and household estimates and forecasts?
Census 2021 - England & Wales first results
30th June 2022
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the first results of the 2021 England & Wales Census this week at Local Authority District level.
Scotland's Census 2022
18th March 2022
Scotland's Census Day is 20 March 2022.
Census 2021 - A big day for data
19th March 2021
With census day soon approaching on Sunday the 21st of March, we thought we'd get Blair's take on this once in a decade event.
European Census and Indices
27th January 2020
Census data is a powerful source of statistics able to describe a population. The data can be complex, messy, expensive, difficult to access and vary from country. Geolytix has taken the time to remove this hassle and make the data accessible, functional and open.
Open EU 2011 Census Data Pack
13th November 2018
Free is an odd word. Free has a duality; gratis “for free”, and libre “with few restrictions”.
European Census Data and Boundaries
7th November 2017
Censuses have been a critical element of running a civilisation since civilisation began.
UK Open Census Data
2nd January 2014
First off, congratulations to Jeni Tennison OBE and Keith Dugmore MBE on their gongs for services to Open Data.
The Languages of London
30th March 2013
I’m working on a couple of projects where Culture/Ethnicity/Language are pretty high up the ‘important stuff we have to consider’ list.
UK Census Pack – Open Data
14th February 2013
For the last couple of weeks at Geolytix we’ve been eager little data bunnies processing the detailed English, Welsh and Northern Irish Census Data.
Open Data Census 2011 Pack
30th January 2013
The decennial censuses of the United Kingdom cost our country ~£500,000,000 and is the biggest, most expensive to collect and most important set of Open Data that exists.