16/06/2014 - 12/09/2014

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Two visualisation tools were developed to production stage to help in the Parliament’s scrutiny of the Scottish Government draft budget. The tools are available online at http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/parliamentarybusiness/82906.aspx. 
BudgetViz is a Government Research Grants project funded by Scottish Government. Carried out in collaboration with Scottish Parliament and others. For further information please refer to http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/parliamentarybusiness/82906.aspx.
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Project Team

Dr Martin Graham
(not currently an institute member)
Natalie Kerracher
Research Student
+44 131 455 2798
Jessie Kennedy
Dean of Research and Innovation
+44 131 455 2772

Associated Publications