A predictive modelling tool to help you spot homes with hazards in your area

Cold, damp and other home hazards have been in the news recently, following the tragic death of two-year-old Awaab Ishak in 2020. Michael Gove has asked every local authority to present information on the condition of their housing stock, and what they are doing to tackle poor conditions. But, without visiting a home or installing… Continue reading A predictive modelling tool to help you spot homes with hazards in your area

Atelodemiourgiopapyro-phobia

It’s your turn to write the blog this week.  Doesn’t need to be long; a thousand words, no more than that.  And it can be about anything you like. What could be easier? Well, lots of things it turns out. One of the things that makes writing about anything you like difficult, is the fact… Continue reading Atelodemiourgiopapyro-phobia

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What makes a good visual?

Overview Visualisation of data is very important and is broadly used nowadays in industry. It makes it much easier to communicate important insights and to make business decisions, rather than looking at the data itself. But they need to be used carefully as there are many ways that this can go wrong. Using the wrong… Continue reading What makes a good visual?

Collaborating with Jira and Slack

Remote teams have adapted and grown a lot over the last few years. Collaboration is key, despite team members being on other sides of the country. At Bays we have a flexible working environment where people can visit the office or work from home. Wherever our team choses to work, being able to communicate effectively… Continue reading Collaborating with Jira and Slack

Loops I Did it Again – Avoiding for-loops with pandas and numpy

Python is a very popular language amongst data scientists due to the extensive list of libraries available to us. The libraries pandas and numpy in particular are extremely useful when solving data science and machine learning problems. However, Python also comes with some disadvantages. As Python is an interpreted language (code is executed line-by-line) it is significantly slower than… Continue reading Loops I Did it Again – Avoiding for-loops with pandas and numpy

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Keeping it Cloudy

Downloading from interactive, secure portals while preserving data residency in the cloud. We love the cloud At Bays Consulting, we prefer, wherever possible, to store and process our clients’ data in the cloud, typically the choosing storage and compute components of Amazon Web Services. Furthermore, for many of our projects we have contractually agreed requirements… Continue reading Keeping it Cloudy

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We are Surrey Business Awards finalists!

We are delighted and thrilled to announce that Bays Consulting has been shortlisted for three categories at Surrey Business Awards 2022! The Surrey Business Awards recognise the achievements of a diverse range of business across a broad spectrum of sectors and categories in the county. The awards celebrate the best innovators, leaders and entrepreneurs in… Continue reading We are Surrey Business Awards finalists!

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