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Data Analysis Australia

Data Analysis Australia is the leading strategic information consultancy in Australia. Our exceptional skills in mathematics, statistics and data management provide a strong background for work that is often used for strategic decision making purposes. Our reputation has been built on our ability to provide workable solutions to difficult problems across all industries.

Applied
Statistical Analysis

    

Survey Design
and Analysis

Forecasting
and Demography

Business and
Risk Analysis

Spatial Analysis
and Mapping

Information Management 
and Data Mining

Mathematical Modelling,
Simulation and Optimisation

Mining Analytics

The strength of Data Analysis Australia lies in our flexible approach to integrating the above areas of expertise to provide cost effective and applicable solutions for clients. 

   

Positions Available

Data Analysis Australia is seeking statistical consultants from Graduate to Management level to join our motivated statistical and mathematical consulting team.   

For information on how to apply, please visit our Careers page. 

 Company News 

Sophisticated Social Security 

Data Analysis Australia has been collaborating with PricewaterhouseCoopers to provide the Australian government with a valuation of Australia’s Social Security systems. The work, which started in September 2015 and is on-going, provides estimates of lifetime costs of our welfare system and is intended to be a central decision making tool in planning for generational change across the entire community. It combines big data with sophisticated statistical modelling, demography and actuarial principles that is a first for this area.

Not a Sheepish Paper

Outcomes from Emma Black’s (nee Smith) PhD thesis have recently been published as a Chapter in an Elsevier publication titled Emerging Trends in Applications and Infrastructures for Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology - Systems and Applications. Emma’s thesis, “Deterministic Modelling of Whole-Body Sheep Metabolism”, involved complex simulations and optimisation, an area very relevant to her work at Data Analysis Australia.

Vice President

In early March, Data Analysis Australia’s own Kathy Haskard was elected to the role of Vice President for the WA Branch of the Statistical Society of Australia. Congratulations Kathy!

Latest Newsletter

Our latest Newsletter was posted in June. If you are not already on our mailing list and would like a copy to be sent to you, please contact us.

Updated June 2, 2016