All posts by Max Botten

Data Innovation Day: How to make a map from your data

We want to help you use your data! Follow our five steps to make your own map. We often find it easier to process and analyse information when it’s presented visually. A great map can communicate geographic information much better than a spreadsheet. We used mapping tools a lot when we created our information management …

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Data Innovation Day 2014

We’re really looking forward to celebrating Data Innovation Day on the 23rd of January. We have partnered with Center for Data Innovation to raise awareness about the benefits and opportunities that come from increased use and availability of information. This is the second Data Innovation day organised by the Center for Data Innovation. If you missed last …

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The Inquiron Team’s Christmas Reading List

It’s nearly Christmas! Can you tell we’re excited?We’re really looking forward to catching up on some holiday reading over the Christmas break. Here are some of the books we’re most excited about. Sam will be reading Lean Analytics by Alistair Cross and Benjamin Yoskovitz, a book about how best to use data to build start-ups. Sam will …

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Mapping ATMs

Mona Chalabi of the Guardian data blog published an interesting article yesterday about the global distribution of ATMs based on World Bank data. In her article she mapped the total number of ATMs worldwide and showed that Brazil has the largest number of cash machines (159,898) followed by Canada and France. Looking at this, we decided to take …

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