The Brexit referendum, though not legally binding, threatens a global fallout in Britain, EU and later across the globe. Here are 7 really amazing visuals around Brexit that throw some interesting insights. This BBC article explains all you need to know about the referendum.
1. Vote remain share of UK regions plotted against government investment since 2009
Source: Public expenditure statistical analyses 2015, Census
Brexit is a reality now. Britons have voted to leave the European Union (EU). It’s the first time since the EU was founded in 1957 that a member country will be leaving. The EU economy is currently worth $16 trillion, the equivalent of one-fourth of the global gross domestic product (GDP). In recent years, there has been much disquiet in Britain over migration into the … Read the rest
“Yes, the aim of our program is to reduce newborn mortality by 25% or to reduce the child dropout rate by 20%. And we do appreciate how data can be helpful in our initiatives. But the fancy solution you are processing would take 14 weeks to implement, and it is not on our list of deliverables, and meanwhile, I have other impending tasks … Read the rest
Xtage was started with the primary objective of using analytics and data science to benefit millions. Most of us know how analytics and big data are driving profits in banking, telecom, oil & gas and other sectors. We are yet to observe a significant impact of analytics in the humanitarian sector.
Here we present a case where we used our expertise in data management, … Read the rest
Before we get into ‘How to start using Analytics’, let us take a step back and formalize the definition of analytics:
Analytics is all about using data to identify trends, validate hypotheses, and predict future outcomes. Communication of results through charts and graphs is a part of data visualizations. Analytics delivers values consistently – strategic, tactical, operational, top-line to bottom-line – to the organizations who … Read the rest