Get the Data welcomes Kasra Aghajani to the team

GtD is delighted to introduce our new addition to the Get the Data (GtD) analyst team, Kasra Aghajani. Kasa has a BSc in Mathematics, but recently graduated with an MSc in Data Science from the University of Sussex as he wants to specialise in statistics that are suited to the modern world. In this month’s blog, Kasra writes about how he applied data science and the latest technology
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The Importance of a Plain Question

In over 25 years of delivering social research and evaluation, I have found Mark Twain’s aphorism - “a plain question and plain answer make the shortest road out of most perplexities” - frequently holds true. So, in this month’s blog, I will explore the importance of a clearly defined question and a well-presented answer.
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Asking Sensitive Questions – Measuring a Sensitive Issue

Our clients work with people to address an important issue in their life and therefore have to engage with sensitive issues in their beneficiaries lives, such as their financial situations, the strength of their relationships with friends and family, and how they have been feeling generally. If this describes your organisation and you want to measure your impact, then it’s a given that
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Getting the Data for the Common Good

The theme for our latest newsletter is 'Getting Data for the Common Good'. In this edition, we review Jonathan Rapping's book Gideon's Promise: a public defender movement to transform criminal justice, invite you to join us for our webinar, which takes place next week - 'Measuring Non-Profit Social Impact During the Pandemic' and talk about the over-representation of BAME young people
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