Data tucked away in the Ticketing Report by London 2012 confirms that the UK public’s ability to buy tickets for more popular events was significantly restricted. The triathlon, track cycling, and ceremonies topped the table of events where low proportions of tickets … Continue reading →
In a third post publishing cleaned data from the Ticketing Report by London 2012 we’ve extracted Appendix III: £20 or less tickets available by sport. The data is in the table below, as well as a Google spreadsheet here. As in previous data … Continue reading →
In our second post publishing cleaned data from the Ticketing Report by London 2012 we’ve extracted Appendix IV: PYA [Pay Your Age tickets] Allocation by Sport. The data is in the table below, as well as a Google spreadsheet here. As in the … Continue reading →
Following the publication of the Ticketing Report by London 2012 this week (thanks Claire Miller for the tip), we’ve extracted some of the data buried within. First up is Appendix V from the report: Price category of sold tickets by Olympic … Continue reading →
Heard the one about the FOI request for data to be provided in an Excel spreadsheet? The authority printed it out, scanned it, and sent a PDF version of the scan.
You’ll forgive the journalist for being suspicious when an autho…
Consultations are always useful sources of information, background, and analysis of a particular sector. The NHS Commissioning Board recently launched a consultation on “service specifications and clinical policies”. These, they say, are “important in clearly defining what the NHS Commissioning Board … Continue reading →
The National Audit Office has published its report into the 2012 London Olympics. It includes sections on costs, on legacy, and lessons. Can you find anything in it?