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Location Tracing and Potential Risks in Interaction Data Sets

Location-aware mobile phone handsets have become increasingly common in recent years, giving rise to a wide variety of location based services that rely on a person’s mobile phone reporting its current location to a remote service provider. Previous research has demonstrated that services that geo-code status updates may permit the estimation of both the rough location of users...

A balance of trust in the use of government administrative data

at UCL. Oliver Duke-Williams is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies at UCL and was previously a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Geography

Development of a novel walkability index for London, United Kingdom: cross-sectional application to the Whitehall II Study

Background Physical activity is essential for health; walking is the easiest way to incorporate activity into everyday life. Previous studies report positive associations between neighbourhood walkability and walking but most focused on cities in North America and Australasia. Urban form with respect to street connectivity, residential density and land use mix—common components...

Virtual field trips as physically active lessons for children: a pilot study

Background The modern classroom is an inherently sedentary environment. Virtual Field Trips (VFTs) using interactive whiteboards to explore virtual scenes are a potential method of converting sedentary class-time into physically active teaching. This pilot aimed to assess the effects of a developed VFT on physical activity and learning in primary-school children. Methods...