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Company: Locke Data Based in Cardiff UK Founding date: December 2016 Website: itsalocke.com Press / Business Contact: info@itsalocke.com Social: twitter YouTube LinkedIn github Address: Henstaff Court Llantrisant Road, Groesfaen, Pontyclun, CF72 8NG Phone: +44(0)2921281903 Description We’re a new data science consultancy based in Cardiff in the United Kingdom. We were founded by Steph Locke early in 2017 and our focus is on helping organisations start doing data science successfully.

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Non-disclosure agreement

This Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is between: Disclosing Party of Address (“the Disclosing Party”) and Locke Data Ltd, a company registered in England and Wales under number 10538640, whose registered address is First floor – 29 Gelliwastad Road, Pontypridd, Wales CF37 2BN. (“the Receiving Party”). The Disclosing Party wishes to disclose to the Receiving Party information information and/or data which is confidential to the Disclosing Party for the purposes of consultancy, mentoring, or training to be delivered to the Disclosing Party by the Receiving Party.

About us

Locke Data helps organisations get started with data science. We’re a new data science consultancy based in Cardiff in the United Kingdom. We were founded by Steph Locke early in 2017 and our focus is on helping organisations start doing data science successfully. What we are We are your advisers, your mentors, and your educators. We help you grow your skills. We focus on succesfully starting the data science process.

Peer review

Whether you just need a second set of eyes on your work, or something more official, we can help. If you’re a small team or a team of one, it can be really tough to get someone to check your work. How do you know you’re right? Steph’s been there and her solution was to get someone from outside the organisation to come in and do a review. Now we offers these reviews too!

Readiness Reviews

Is your organisation ready to start doing data science? Before we set up Locke Data, we saw plenty of data science initiatives happen. Some failed, some succeeded. Our focus is on helping folks make sure theirs succeeds! One of the best ways we’ve found to help that happen is to work with organisations before they start their initiative and working out whether they’re ready to start, or if there are things they need to sort out first.

Technical leaderhsip

Got the will and the data but don’t know how to run your first data science project? One of our key offerings is to be a guiding hand through your first project(s) – We’ll work with you to design an architecture, map out the process, and mentor your team through the project. This can be as light a touch as providing a rough plan, or as intensive as daily mentoring and development.

Books

It doesn’t have to all be MOOCs and videos these days for learning. There’s still a place for a good book! We’re building up a series of books that help people learn the fundamentals of R. Working with R Working with R is the first book in the R Fundamentals series. The book introduces you to the core concepts of R and helps you be effective as soon as you start.

Community Offerings

Here at Locke Data, we love our technology communities. The more we can share and do for others the better. Here are some of the ways we contribute, and how you can take advantage of them: Presenting at meetups We will happily present at your meetup or user group. It might have to be remote and it will definitely have to fit into our schedule – but we will do a talk for you!

Contribution guidelines

Here at Locke Data, we do a lot of open source stuff. We have a comments section on the blog. We help people on the internet. We run events. Where possible, we make all our content available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Our code is usually under an MIT licence. What this means is that you can use, and reuse our stuff for personal or open source purposes. You can use it to do a presentation to your colleagues.