Data Cleaning

We write code to break your data out of messy spreadsheets, Excel files or SPSS, and get it into shape for further analysis/visualisation.

Process Automation

Our data programming can perform otherwise laborious tasks in seconds. From data gathering/importing, through to report generation, you will benefit from greater accuracy and reproducibility in your data workflow.

Bespoke Applications

We develop tailored web-applications & tools to suit your data and projects. Off-the-shelf BI solutions can only go so far, so why not set yourself apart with your own customised web-app?

Democratise Data

Turn your multiple, disparate datasets into a single source of coherent information that can be accessed and understood by anyone in your organisation.

Engage your audience

Whether you need a report for a small team or public website to show off your research, we ensure that both our static and interactive data visualisation capabilities will engage your audience more than the standard PowerPoint.

Save Time & Money

We believe it’s better to invest in expertise as opposed to expensive software that your team doesn’t have the time to learn. We can reduce your team’s workload and provide the tools to bring your insights to the surface.


Do you want to see more?

To see some examples of our work and side-projects, visit our blog, check out our public portfolio or have a flick through our company presentation...

Check Out Our Blog! Public Portfolio Presentation Slides

From our blog

Multivariate Dot-Density Maps in R with sf & ggplot2

By Paul Campbell on May 2, 2018

Create dot-density election maps in a tidy data framework

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Responsive iframes for Shiny Apps

By Paul Campbell on March 15, 2018

Seamlessly embed shiny apps into your website with responsive iframes.

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Map your Google Location Data with R Shiny

By James Smythe on January 31, 2018

Visualise your Google location data with our new web-app.

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Visualising Intersecting Sets Of Twitter Followers

By Paul Campbell on January 25, 2018

Scraping twitter data to analyse follower cross-over

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