Data Analysis Australia
STRATEGIC INFORMATION CONSULTANTS
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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.
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.
Tamra comes to us from a background in environmental work, with extensive experience in research design, statistical analysis and modelling. Examples of her work include analysis of environmental data related to business, demography, medicine, industry and social science. Tamra joins us as a Managing Consultant Statistician.
Katy recently completed a physics degree at UWA, a discipline that includes not only mathematics and statistics, but a high level of scientific rigour and thought. Katy has commenced her career with us as a Graduate Statistician.
…and Welcome Back
We are also pleased to welcome two returning staff members, Linda Eaton and Petra Roberts. Linda was an invaluable part of the Data Analysis Australia team for many years, leaving us in 2013 to enjoy more time with her young family. She joins us a Senior Managing Consultant Mathematician and we look forward to her renewed involvement in a range of projects. Petra has returned to take on the role of Administrative Support and Executive Assistant to Principal Managing Consultant.
It’s very nice to have you both back with us!
Longitudinal Data Conference
In October, John Henstridge, Anna Munday, Emma Black and Donna Hill attended the inaugural Longitudinal Data Conference in Canberra and returned feeling inspired and well-informed. The event brought together leading Australian and international researchers, policy-makers and analysts, with a focus on how survey and administrative longitudinal data can inform Australia’s social policy and research agenda.
John gave an insightful talk about the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey and how Data Analysis Australia has used its results to understand long term changes in Australia’s welfare system.
Practicum in Statistics
Emma Black, Yuichi Yano and Sarah Bruce are supervising a practicum student from the University of Western Australia, Anita Theruviparambil. Anita is investigating weather data, using regression modelling techniques to identify where station locations and their environments may have changed and correct the data such that inferences about long-term weather patterns can be made.
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Updated November 4, 2016