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Modelling and visualising large and complex datasets to guide active travel policies: a case study from the Propensity to Cycle Tool

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This talk is part of a one day seminar, the second of four seminars held by the ESRC Obesity Strategic Network, to explore how Big Data can best be used to understand and tackle obesity. The seminar will be presented by:

The panel discussion with be facilitated by Dr Seraphim Alvanides, and include the seminar speakers along with Dr Sandy Tubeuf and Dr Daniel Lewis.

Full agenda and booking at www.cdrc.ac.uk/research/march-2016/

For further information contact Michelle Morris m.morris@leeds.ac.uk / 0113 343 0883

This talk is part of the Tackling Obesity with Big Data: methods & models - One Day Seminar series.

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