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This session is part of our "Showcasing Good Practice" event, providing a space for our members to share with each other the work they have done which they feel has been a particular success, and to celebrate and promote the hard work of planners in the HE sector. Each session will comprise of a presentation followed by a Q&A opportunity. Events are being held on Teams, and a joining link will be sent prior to the event once you have booked your place.
Collaborative Design: Using Tableau to Visualise REF Results
Date: Tuesday 20 September, 10:00 - 11:00
Presenters: Karen Kay, Deputy Head, REF and Research Policy and Jon Fox, Data Insight Analyst, both from the University of Birmingham
Description: The Performance Insight team at the University of Birmingham will be telling us about their work in constructing a series of simplified Tableau dashboards to visualise the REF results data. A key aim of the project was to have easily accessible and understandable data and messages disseminated across the institution, at speed. Working collaboratively with the Research Policy team, the project included the scoping, data model building, visualisation design and final delivery. The team used previous data sources and their understanding of the 2021 data model to build a prototype which was then quality assured through several rounds of dynamic testing and feedback. Using Alteryx to build the Tableau data source allowed the team to provide almost instant in-day reporting after the data were released, as well as rapid insight into longer term trends using RAE 2008 and REF 2014 data.
Type : Training
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