How Brexit could change the way you analyze your data
A big part of Brexit was that it was about a massive influx of data into the British public sphere, which is why many British companies have gone to great lengths to get their data on the move.
One of those companies is Statista, which has partnered with Brexit Data to bring its data analysis tools to the UK.
But what if you were one of the companies using the data, but didn’t have a strong interest in Brexit?
How would that work?
Well, that’s exactly what Statista is offering.
The company is currently using the Brexit data to produce a tool that lets you analyze the data that’s coming out of the United Kingdom.
The tool was developed to help users better understand the Brexit process, but it’s also been designed to help people better understand how the UK’s economic data is collected.
The tool’s goal is to help UK citizens better understand what data the government collects about them, how they’re being processed, and how their data is being used.
Statista’s data is not the only thing that is being collected by the government, but the tool will be able to give a deeper understanding of the government’s data collection and use practices, as well as the political, social, and economic context in which it is being generated.
For example, the tool can tell you which politicians are using the census data to promote their views, how those politicians are managing their data and how those data are being used, as it can look at how politicians use the census and other data collected to make policy.
This could be useful for individuals who are interested in data analysis to understand the politics of their own country and how it is used by the Government.
Statista has already done work on Brexit data in the UK, and it hopes to continue to expand its services across the world.
Statistas data is only available in the US, and the company says it plans to offer more services in other countries as well.