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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




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. 

 

Company News

Awards

We proudly congratulate Director Prof. Cheryl Praeger on her recent achievements which include becoming the first woman to be awarded the Australian Mathematical Society’s George Szekeres Medal as well as being inducted into the WA Women's Hall of Fame at Government House.  These achievements recognise Cheryl's outstanding contributions to the mathematical sciences over an extended period and to the education of females in a field which was once predominantly males.  Many well-deserved congratulations to Cheryl!

Measuring Climate Change

John Henstridge has been appointed by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment to be a member of the Australian Climate Observations Reference Network – Surface Air Temperature (ACORN-SAT) Technical Advisory Forum.Organised by the Academy of Science, the Forum will review progress on the Bureau of Meteorology’s ACORN-SAT data set, a key measure of climate change in Australia.

Young Statisticians' Conference

Anna MundayJennifer BramwellSarah Bruce and Joshua Bon have recently returned from the 2015 Young Statisticians’ Conference in Adelaide.  As one of the keynote speakers, Anna provided an insight into the random and variable life of a consulting statistician.  She also contributed to discussions on various panels as well as fulfilling a judging role at the conference. Jennifer’s talk discussed the principles, assumptions and applications of Population Projections, whereas Sarah addressed Automation of Summary Displays, particularly focusing on presenting summary outputs in a user friendly manner. Josh attended as a winner of the SSAI WA Branch Travel Grant.  All reported that they thoroughly enjoyed the conference and associated activities. Jennifer, Sarah and Josh particularly enjoyed meeting and networking with other young statisticians.

Staff Changes

We warmly welcomed back Taryn Major from her study leave in February.  Taryn has spent the last year completing her Master’s Degree in Biostatistics through Macquarie University, a consortium university of the Biostatistics Collaboration of Australia.  As part of her studies, Taryn conducted a research project into the health of babies born to mothers with serious mental health issues.

Wedding Bells

Data Analysis Australia’s Graduate Statistician Sarah Bruce (nee Stone) was married to Maclain in December 2014.  The ceremony and reception were both held locally, with the day’s celebrations coming to a conclusion at sunset on the Heathcote foreshore.  Everyone at Data Analysis Australia would like to congratulate Sarah and Maclain and wish them all the best for a long and joyful future together.

Penrhos College Visit

In November 2014, Year 9 students from Penrhos College visited Data Analysis Australia.  Prudence Thompson, with the help of Jennifer Bramwell and Luke Mullins, co-ordinated the afternoon, introducing the students to very practical aspects of statistics.  This was the sixth time students from Penrhos College have visited our company as part of the Mathematicians in Schools program. 

Latest Newsletter

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

Updated April 17, 2015