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    Data in DFAT

    Data in DFAT

    This presentation is part of the 2021 Australian Public Service (APS) Graduate Data Week series, held from 22-26 March 2021.
     
    The Graduate Data Week series is designed for all data-driven, data-minded or data-curious employees - particularly grads. It experts from the APS and academia who talk about the effective use of data to drive to drive policy, program and corporate delivery of outcomes across the APS and for the benefit of all Australians.
     
    The podcast is delivered by Dr Jenny Gordon, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Chief Economist, who talks about the growing importance of data in supporting DFAT's operations and strategic direction.
    Graduate Data Week is driven by the Graduate Data Network (GDN), who empowers graduates to advocate for better data use, analysis and capability across the APS. 
    You can also read a transcript of the episode here.
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    Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

    Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

    This presentation is part of the 2021 Australian Public Service (APS) Graduate Data Week series, held from 22-26 March 2021.
     
    The Graduate Data Week series is designed for all data-driven, data-minded or data-curious employees - particularly grads. It experts from the APS and academia who talk about the effective use of data to drive to drive policy, program and corporate delivery of outcomes across the APS and for the benefit of all Australians.
     
    The podcast is delivered by Imma Chippendale, Leader of Data and Analytics at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, speaking on how data informs the agency's decision-making.
    Graduate Data Week is driven by the Graduate Data Network (GDN), who empowers graduates to advocate for better data use, analysis and capability across the APS. 
    You can also read a transcript of the episode here.
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    Indigenous Data Sovereignty | Enacting Indigenous Data Governance in Australia

    Indigenous Data Sovereignty | Enacting Indigenous Data Governance in Australia

    This presentation is part of the 2021 Australian Public Service (APS) Graduate Data Week series, held from 22-26 March 2021.
     
    The Graduate Data Week series is designed for all data-driven, data-minded or data-curious employees - particularly grads. It experts from the APS and academia who talk about the effective use of data to drive to drive policy, program and corporate delivery of outcomes across the APS and for the benefit of all Australians.
     
    The podcast is delivered by Distinguished Professor Maggie Walter from the University of Tasmania, who presents on Indigenous data sovereignty and governance.
    Graduate Data Week is driven by the Graduate Data Network (GDN), who empowers graduates to advocate for better data use, analysis and capability across the APS. 
    You can also read a transcript of the episode here.
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    • 29 min
    Graduate Data Network | Data Visualisation

    Graduate Data Network | Data Visualisation

    The human brain can process visuals 60,000 times faster than it processes text, discerning an image in just 13 milliseconds. In today’s big data saturated landscape, it’s imperative that government organises and simplifies data graphically, to foster an improved understanding of mass information to drive better policy development and outcomes.
    Data visualisation is the graphical representation of information and data. It enables us to grasp difficult concepts, identify patterns, and ultimately help us to understand and improve our engagement with others.
    Join hosts Gavin Styles and Pip Clark from the Graduate Data Network (GDN) and guest Simon Temby, Data and AI Specialist from Microsoft Australia, for an informative and entertaining discussion on:
    The data landscape and data types.
    The five Vs driving data visualisation.
    Data visualisation in a government context.
    Creating engaging and effective data graphics.


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