Update on my Patient Pathway Analysis work for NHS England RightCare.
This is a short piece on a project I'm developing at NHS England, using Python to analyse patients' inpatient care and determining where a Clinical Commission Group's (CCG) patients are being treated significantly differently to those patients in its peer group CCGs (similar 10 CCGs as determined by NHS Rightcare Methodologies). While not traditional 'data … Continue reading Data Science Project – Patient Pathway Analysis
Upon the enlightening release of the Cambridge Analytica exposé that revealed the company's underhanded tactics it utilises to influence and manipulate people with a combination of data analytics, espionage, and 'honeypotting', I think it's incredibly important to discuss how the analytical community needs to ensure a commitment to honest and unbiased analytics, and ethically sourced … Continue reading Analytics and Ethics
I’m going on holiday soon! I’m headed to Florida with my parents and being the cost savvy Brits that we are we’re always on the hunt for a bargain. We wanted to go do some of the Theme Parks (we settled on Disney and/or Universal Studios) and went about finding the cheapest ticket rates we … Continue reading Florida Ticket Price Comparisons
The third and final part of my three part blog series on statistically analysing my performance in the Ketchup vs. Mayo splatfest. Here we use box and whisker plots to look at my performance with the Splattershot.
After watching a long session of ‘VSauce’ videos (great brain food videos, albeit very addictive!), I came across this video discussing ‘Zipf’s Law’. Zipf’s law states that in any corpus of natural language, the frequency of any word is inversely proportional to its rank in the frequency table. This Zipfian distribution applies to many different … Continue reading Zipf’s Law
The second part of my three part blog series on statistically analysing my performance in the Ketchup vs. Mayo splatfest. In this part we look at win/loss ratios on the different weapons used.
The first part of my three part blog series on statistically analysing my performance in the Ketchup vs. Mayo splatfest.
Spurred on by conversations with my brother and various Reddit posts making claims about immigrant populations in the UK, I decided to check the ONS website to find some of their recent analyses on the UK population (which are fantastic, by the way)1. One claim I remember specifically wanting to check out from a Reddit … Continue reading London Population Analysis