This project is to explore the ships tracking data (AIS) and the ship waste data (CERS), to further exploit these huge, rich datasets.
- Louisa Nolan
- Alex Noyvirt
DIT want to implement some of what has already been done. We have a dataset for UK waters, but may be able to extend this to a global dataset.
This project will look to:
- investigate the Rotterdam effect
- run all the AIS data, to create a full data set
- provide count of ships, ship types and sizes in and out of UK ports (for DfT)
- provide number of port-to-port journeys - who goes where? (ESSnet)
- visualize the data
- same for CERS, and also type & volume of material carried
- develop an economic indicator for trade in goods, based on shipping volumes and / or waste
- potentially build a pipeline to update outputs automatically with new data
- share code and methods with UN Global Platform, Stats Netherlands, UN Global Pulse etc.
- Big data
- Data visualization
- Department for Transport
- Defra? especially for summary stats on CERS?
- HMT, BEIS, ONS - early indicators
- CBDS Stats Netherlands
- UN Global Pulse
- UN Global Platform
Code and outputs
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