In last week’s federal budget, the Australian government announced a major investment in the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This means that, contrary to media speculation earlier this year, the 2016 census will go ahead as planned.
Space-Time Research will be exhibiting at the Connect Show 2015 in Melbourne next week. Come and visit us to learn what our data analytics, dissemination and visualisation solutions could do for you.
There is presently considerable discussion and reporting about the future of Australia’s national census, sparked by suggestions to change from a five to 10-year cycle.
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Making informed decisions relies heavily upon understanding the in’s and out’s of business. When used properly, the most powerful tool we have to understand our business is the data generated by the business.
We recently attended the 2014 Higher Education Business Intelligence Conference in Sydney. Here’s our summary of some of the key […]
There has been a lot of talk in the higher education sector recently regarding the 2014 Australian Federal Budget and […]