About usWe are a multidisciplinary group of academics, professionals and researchers from numerous cognate areas including, geography, planning, economics, mathematics, ecology and computer science.
Geodemographics, clustering, MAUP, R, open data, built environment.
Cities, spatial analysis, statistics, open source computing, new forms of data.
Visiting Researcher / GIS Analyst
Transport, reproducible research, open data, R, QGIS, sonification.
Retail, Resilience, Regional Studies, GIS, Urban Systems
Health-related behaviours, classifications, spatial statistics
Geodemographics, Urban Geography / Analyitics, Planning
Data Science, Geodemographics, Small Area Estimation, Zone Design
Retail & Open Data Analysis, Semantic Web, Data Science Frameworks
Data Mining, Spatial Statistics, Scientific Computing, Open Source, Web
Human capital mobility, spatial labour markets, sequence analysis
Geodemographics, urban systems, Data Science, mobilities / transport.
Transport, dynamic geodemographics, consumer behaviour
Recent Blog Posts
The Index of ‘Access to Healthy Assets and Hazards’ (AHAH) is a relative measure of accessibility to health promoting aspects of small areas (Lower-layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) for England and Wales, and Data Zones for Scotland – hereby referred collectively as...
A new study from the Geographic Data Science Lab has revealed new insights into the level of access to different food options. On average, individuals in Great Britain are roughly 1.41 km or 1 and a half minutes (driving time) from their nearest fast food outlet. 24%...
A new study undertaken by researchers from the Geographic Data Science Lab have identified Holborn in Camden (London) as the unhealthiest place to live in Great Britain. The finding was derived from our new index (see here for more details) found that the...