06 November 2017
An interactive map of the relative value-for-money of housing in London, based on the estimated cost-per-room in each property sold in the past five years and the level of public transport accessibility. Allows for subdividing by housing type, travel zone, transport accessibility level, local authority, and more! Builds on this blog post, and prompted by a request from my former colleague Mark Butcher.
28 April 2017
Live (as in updated every few days) data on the cost of my bike and a pay-as-you-go Oyster card, vs a hypothetical monthly Oyster card. Inspired by this blog post.
24 March 2017
An interactive blog post, originally written for Disability Rights UK’s blog, tracking the frequency that words and phrases related to disability issues are discussed in the UK parliament from 1936–2016.
10 November 2016
An interactive map of all charities in the England and Wales charity commission that list both disabled people and amateur sport as areas of focus in their filings with the Charity Commission. This map was created to support the Get Yourself Active programme at Disability Rights UK. Last updated March 2017.
25 October 2016
A model for exploring what impact different electoral turnout scenarios would have on the seat distribution in the 2015 General Election in England. Initially inspired by the possibility raised by Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour Party leader that Labour would attempt to win the next election by focusing on increasing voter turnout. The first proper Shiny app I made, and no longer hosted online. To see this app, open R and run