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  1. 1. Developments in DWP Statistics ONS/ Centre for Cities: Public Policy Forum – Oct2016 Tom Davies Head of Client Statistics Data & Analytics, Department for Work and Pensions
  2. 2. 2Department for Work and Pensions Cover • DWP statistics – varied formats • Stat Xplore – our dissemination tool: enabling users to create their bespoke tables etc. • Developing our data visualisations
  3. 3. 3Department for Work and Pensions DWP statistics One of the largest producers of Official Statistics Our data sources are mostly administrative data designed for operational purposes
  4. 4. 4Department for Work and Pensions DWP statistics – a layered approach
  5. 5. 5Department for Work and Pensions DWP statistics developments: Stat-Xplore New tool for dissemination of DWP statistics Ability for user to have access to a broader range of data and to customise the breakdowns they require.
  6. 6. 6Department for Work and Pensions Geography data in Stat Xplore Table multiple areas in a single process Build your own Geographies Drill down safely to produce small area statistics
  7. 7. 7Department for Work and Pensions Keep innovating!Interactive maps g! :http://dwp-stats.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=f90fb305d8da4eb3970812b3199cf489

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  • 1 – can produce cross tabulations of variables (age / gender / family type) at small area level and not have to worry about disclosure control.
    2 – can create wafers within areas, for example can table PIP disability condition by age for Scotland, use the LA as a wafer and it will produce 32 individual tables in a single process.
    3 – can group areas together to create your own bespoke geographies; based on local authorities / output areas / postcode districts and not worry about compounding rounding areas

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