Oliver Duke-Williams

Oliver Duke-Williams completed his PhD in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds and is now Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director of CIDER, working remotely from his home in Walthamstow, London. His research interests include methods and reasons for collecting and using small area interaction data, the effects of disclosure control on Census and survey data, and dissemination of data sets so as to promote their widespread usage. As part of the ESRC Census Programme, he also directs a research network which explores the potential benefits and implications of distributing census data via data feed APIs rather than the traditional bulk methods used with previous censuses.


Technologies for Migration and Commuting Analysis: Spatial Interaction Data Applications
John Stillwell, Oliver Duke-Williams, Adam Dennett. © 2010. 382 pages.
Internal migration serves as one of the key contributing factors to population change involving not only change in the numbers of people, but also a change in composition and...