Education


Awards Honors and Distinctions


Research Interests

My research has extended a tradition of area classification within Geography where I have developed an empirically informed critique of the ways in which geodemographic methods can be refined for effective yet ethical use in public resource allocation applications. This research has developed from substantive interests around the social, spatial and temporal dimensions of access inequalities in Higher Education, digital exclusion, aspects of retail and school commuting behaviours. My most recent work has focused on understanding how both fast and slow human dynamics can be understood within urban systems and their hierarchies, developing new methods of mapping these geographies at fine spatio-temproal scale. More generally I am interested in how geographic data science can be utilised in activities related to the public understanding of science, and I am also an advocate of open source data, software and publishing.


Academic Roles


Research Income and Grants

This following section provides a summary of research income to date which totals £15,262,118, with £911,511 as Principal Investigator (PI) and £14,350,607 as Co-Investigator (Co-I).

Books

Singleton, A, S. Spielman and D. Folch (2017). Urban Analytics. London: Sage.

Ivan, I, A. Singleton, J. Horák and T. Inspektor (2016). The Rise of Big Spatial Data. Berlin: Springer.

Brunsdon, C. and A. Singleton (2014). Geocomputation, A Practical Primer. London: Sage.

Singleton, A. D. (2010). Educational Opportunity: the Geography of Access to Higher Education. Farham: Ashgate. ISBN: 9780754678670.

Singleton, A, D. Unwin and K. Kemp (2010). Instructor Manual: Geographic Information Systems and Science (3rd Edition). Chichester: Wiley.

Refereed Academic Journals

2016

Dolgea, L, M. Pavlis and A. Singleton (2016). “Estimating attractiveness, hierarchy and catchment area extents for a national set of retail centre agglomerations”. In: Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 28, pp. 78-90. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jretconser.2015.08.013.

Gale, C, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2016). “Creating the 2011 area classification for output areas (2011 OAC)”. In: Journal of Spatial Information Science, pp. 1-27. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5311/JOSIS.2016.12.232.

Singleton, A, L. Dolgea, M. Pavlis and P. Longley (2016). “Measuring the spatial vulnerability of retail centres to online consumption through a framework of e-resilience”. In: Geoforum 69, pp. 5-18. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.11.013.

Singleton, A, P. Longley and M. Pavlis (2016). “The stability of geodemographic cluster assignments over an inter-censal period”. In: Journal of Geographical Systems 18.2, pp. 97-123. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10109-016-0226-x.

Singleton, A, S. Spielman and C. Brunsdon (2016). “Establishing a Framework for Open Geographic Information Science”. In: International Journal Of Geographical Information Science 30.9, pp. 1507-1521. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2015.1137579.

Thiele, T, D. Pope, A. Singleton, D. Snape and D. Stanistreet (2016). “Experience of disadvantage: The influence of identity on engagement in working class students’ educational trajectories to an elite university”. In: British Educational Research Journal. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/berj.3251.

Thiele, T, D. Pope, A. Singleton and D. Stanistreet (2016). “Role of students’ context in predicting academic performance at a medical school: a retrospective cohort study”. In: BMJ open 6.3, p. e010169. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010169.

2015

Singleton, A. (2015). “Transport Mode Choice and the Commute to Work”. In: Environment and Planning A 47.7, pp. 1401-1403. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0308518X15595752.

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2015). “The internal structure of Greater London: a comparison of national and regional geodemographic models”. In: Geo: Geography and Environment 2.1, pp. 69-87. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/geo2.7.

Spielman, S. and A. Singleton (2015). “Studying Neighborhoods Using Uncertain Data from the American Community Survey: A Contextual Approach”. In: Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105.5, pp. 1003-1025. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00045608.2015.1052335.

2014

Bearman, N. and A. Singleton (2014). “Modelling the potential impact on \(CO_2\) emissions of an increased uptake of active travel for the home to school commute using individual level data”. In: Journal of Transport and Health 1.4, pp. 295-304. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2014.09.009.

Harris, R, T. Nicholas, C. Souch, A. Singleton, S. Orford, C. Keylock, C. Jarvis and C. Brunsdon (2014). “Geographers Count: A Report on Quantitative Methods in Geography”. In: Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences 6.2, pp. 43-58. URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265334324_Geographers_Count_A_Report_on_Quantitative_Methods_in_Geography.

Riddlesden, D. and A. Singleton (2014). “Broadband speed equity: A new digital divide?” In: Applied Geography 52, pp. 25-33. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2014.04.008.

Singleton, A. and C. Brunsdon (2014). “Escaping the Pushpin Paradigm in Geographic Information Science: (Re)presenting National Crime Data”. In: Area 46.3, pp. 294-304. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/area.12116.

Thiele, T, A. Singleton, D. Pope and D. Stanistreet (2014). “Predicting Students’ Academic Performance Based on School and Socio-Demographic Characteristics”. In: Studies in Higher Education In Press. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2014.974528.

2013

Adnan, M, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2013). “OACoder: Postcode Coding Tool”. In: Journal of Open Research Software 1.1, p. e5. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/511ba2c94d661.

Phillips, R, D. Frost and A. Singleton (2013). “Researching the Riots”. In: The Geographical Journal 179.1, pp. 3-10. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4959.2012.00463.x.

Singleton, A. (2013). “A GIS Approach to Modelling CO2 Emissions Associated with the Pupil-School Commute”. In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28.2, pp. 256-273. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2013.832765.

Singleton, A. and S. Spielman (2013). “The Past, Present and Future of Geodemographic Research in the United States and United Kingdom”. In: Professional Geographer 66.4, pp. 558-567. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2013.848764.

2012

Riddlesden, D, A. Singleton and T. B. Fischer (2012). “A Survey of the use of Geographic Information Systems in English Local Authority Impact Assessments”. In: Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 14.01, p. 1250006. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S1464333212500068.

Singleton, A. (2012). “The Geodemographics of Access and Participation in Geography”. In: The Geographical Journal 178.3, pp. 216-229. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4959.2012.00467.x.

Singleton, A, A. G. Wilson and O. O’Brien (2012). “Geodemographics and Spatial Interaction: an Integrated Model for Higher Education”. In: Journal of Geographical Systems 14.2, pp. 223-241. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10109-010-0141-5.

2011

Brunsdon, C, P. Longley, A. Singleton and D. Ashby (2011). “Predicting Participation in Higher Education: a Comparative Evaluation of the Performance of Geodemographic Classifications”. In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 174.1, pp. 17-30. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-985X.2010.00641.x.

Mateos, P, M. de Smith and A. Singleton (2011). “Developments in Quantitative Human Geography, Urban Modelling, and Geographic Information Science”. In: Transactions in GIS 15.3, pp. 249-252. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9671.2011.01258.x.

Singleton, A. and D. J. Lewis (2011). “Including Accident Information in Automatic Bicycle Route Planning for Urban Areas”. In: Urban Studies Research 2011, pp. 1-10. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2011/362817.

Singleton, A, P. Longley, R. Allen and O. O’Brien (2011). “Estimating Secondary School Catchment Areas and the Spatial Equity of Access”. In: Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35.3, pp. 241-249. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2010.09.006.

2010

Adnan, M, P. Longley, A. Singleton and C. Brunsdon (2010). “Towards Real-Time Geodemographics: Clustering Algorithm Performance for Large Multidimensional Spatial Databases”. In: Transactions in GIS 14.3, pp. 283-297. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9671.2010.01197.x.

Cheshire, J. A, P. A. Longley and A. Singleton (2010). “The Surname Regions of Great Britain”. In: Journal of Maps 6.1, pp. 401-409. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.4113/jom.2010.1103.

Harris, R, A. Singleton, D. Grose, C. Brunsdon and P. Longley (2010). “Grid-enabling Geographically Weighted Regression: A Case Study of Participation in Higher Education in England”. In: Transactions in GIS 14.1, pp. 43-61. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9671.2009.01181.x.

Longley, P. A, A. Singleton, K. Yano and T. Nakaya (2010). “Lost in Translation: Cross-Cultural Experiences in Teaching Geo-Genealogy”. In: Journal of Geography in Higher Education 34.1, pp. 21-38. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03098260902982476.

Singleton, A. (2010). “The Geodemographics of Educational Progression and their Implications for Widening Participation in Higher Education”. In: Environment and Planning A 42.11, pp. 2560-2580. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/a42394.

2009

Longley, P. and A. Singleton (2009a). “Classification Through Consultation: Public Views Of The Geography Of The E-Society.” In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science 23.6, pp. 737-763. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658810701704652.

Longley, P. and A. Singleton (2009b). “Linking Social Deprivation and Digital Exclusion in England”. In: Urban Studies 46.7, pp. 1275-1298. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0042098009104566.

Mateos, P, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2009). “Uncertainty in the Analysis of Ethnicity Classifications: Issues of Extent and Aggregation of Ethnic Groups”. In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35.9, pp. 1437-1460. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13691830903125919.

Singleton, A. (2009). “Data Mining Course Choice Sets and Behaviours for Target Marketing of Higher Education”. In: Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing 17.3, pp. 157-170. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/jt.2009.13.

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2009a). “Creating Open Source Geodemographics - Refining a National Classification of Census Output Areas for Applications in Higher Education”. In: Papers in Regional Science 88.3, pp. 643-666. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1435-5957.2008.00197.x.

Singleton, A. and P. A. Longley (2009b). “Geodemographics, Visualisation, and Social Networks in Applied Geography”. In: Applied Geography 29.3, pp. 289-298. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2008.10.006.

2008

Gibin, M, A. Singleton, R. Milton, P. Mateos and P. Longley (2008). “An Exploratory Cartographic Visualisation of London through the Google Maps API”. In: Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 1.2, pp. 85-97. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12061-008-9005-5.

Haklay, M, A. Singleton and C. Parker (2008). “Web Mapping 2.0: The Neogeography of the GeoWeb”. In: Geography Compass 2.6, pp. 2011-2039. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00167.x.

Book Chapters

Singleton, A. (2016). “Cities and Context: The Codification of Small Areas through Geodemographic Classification”. In: Code and the City. Ed. by R. Kitchin and S. Perng. Routledge.

Adnan, M, A. Singleton, P. Longley and I. Turton (2014). “Parallel Processing Architectures of GPU: Applications in Geocomputational Geodemographics”. In: Geocomputation. Ed. by R. J. Abrahart and L. M. See. Second. London: Taylor & Francis.

Alexandros, A. and A. Singleton (2014). “Geodemographic Analysis”. In: Geocomputation: A Practical Primer. Ed. by C. Brunsdon and A. Singleton. London: Sage.

Brunsdon, C. and A. Singleton (2014a). “Reproducible Research: Concepts, Techniques and Issues”. In: Geocomputation: A Practical Primer. Ed. by C. Brunsdon and A. Singleton. London: Sage.

Brunsdon, C. and A. Singleton (2014b). “The Future of Geocomputation”. In: Geocomputation: A Practical Primer. Ed. by C. Brunsdon and A. Singleton. London: Sage.

Singleton, A. (2010a). “Neogeography”. In: Encyclopaedia of Geography. Ed. by B. Wharf. London: Sage.

Singleton, A. (2010b). “Virtual Geodemographics: Consumer Insight in Online and Offline Spaces”. In: Handbook of Research on Methods and Techniques for Studying Virtual Communities: Paradigms and Phenomena. Ed. by B. K. Daniel. Hershey, USA: IGI Global.

Professional Magazines

Singleton, A. (2014). “Learning to Code”. In: Geographical Magazine, p. 77.

Singleton, A. (2010). “Neogeography: Engaging People for Common Good”. In: GIS Development, pp. 26-29.

Singleton, A. and A. Hudson-Smith (2008). “Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World”. In: GIS Professional 21, pp. 20-21.

Participation in Conferences and Professional Meetings

Conferences

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2015). The Internal Structure of Greater London. Association of American Geographers Conference, Chicago.

Singleton, A, S. Spielman and D. O’Sulivan (2015). Our Town: How Socioeconomics Shape Functional Neighborhoods in American Cities. Geocomputation, University of Texas - Dallas, US.

Alexandros, A. and A. Singleton (2014). Comparing the internal socio-economic structure of regions - spatial disparities and geodemographic form. Regional Studies Association Winter Conference, London.

Alexos, A. and A. Singleton (2014). Establishing Dynamic Measures of Built Environment Characteristics and their Relationship to Patterns of Socio-Spatial Structure. Association of American Geographers Conference, Tampa.

Bearman, N. and A. Singleton (2014). Modelling Home to School Travel for State Pupils in England, 2008-2011. GIS Research UK, Glasgow.

Dolgea, L. and A. Singleton (2014a). e-Resilience of UK town centres. Regional Studies Association European Conference, Izmir, Turkey.

Dolgea, L. and A. Singleton (2014b). E-resilience of UK town centres. Regional Studies Association Winter Conference, London.

Pavlis, M. and A. Singleton (2014). Updating OAC - Assessing Classification Uncertainty and Cluster Stability During Intercensal Periods. Association of American Geographers Conference, Tampa.

Riddlesden, D. and A. Singleton (2014). Identifying Regional Digital Cultures - A National classification of Internet Use and Engagement. Regional Studies Association Winter Conference, London.

Singleton, A. (2014). Transformative Research in Geographic Information Science. Association of American Geographers Conference, Tampa.

Riddlesden, D. and A. Singleton (2013). Exploring the Geography of Access to Fixed Line Broadband Services in England through Crowd Sourced Speed Check Data. Association of American Geographers Conference, Los Angeles.

Satani, T, K. Yano, T. Nakaya, A. Singleton and C. Brunsdon (2013). Construction and Dissemination of the Open Atlas of the 2010 Population Census of Japan. Japanese GIS Association Conference, Tokyo.

Singleton, A. (2013). CO2 Emissions and the School Commute. GIS Research UK, Liverpool.

Singleton, A. (2012). Geography, a Thriving or Declining Discipline? Association of American Geographers Conference, New York.

Adnan, M. and A. Singleton (2011). Building Geodemographics on Parallel Graphics Processing Unit Architecture. Geocomputation, London.

Adnan, M, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2011). The Specification, Estimation, and Testing of Real-time Geodemographics using Parallel Graphics. GIS Research UK, Portsmouth.

Adnan, M. and A. Singleton (2010). Parallel K-Means Clustering using Graphical Processing Units for the Geocomputation of Real-time Geodemographics. GIS Research UK, London.

O’Brien, O. and A. Singleton (2010). Spatial Interaction Modelling and Geodemographics for Higher Education. Advances in Spatial Analysis and e-Social Science, London: University College London.

Adnan, M, A. Singleton, C. Brunsdon and P. Longley (2009). Moving to Real Time Segmentation: Efficient Computation of Geodemographic Classification. GIS Research UK, Durham.

O’Brien, O. and A. Singleton (2009). Lightning Talk: OSM Data as a Context Layer for Choropleth Maps. State of the Map, Amsterdam.

Singleton, A. (2009a). Geographic Data Mining of Online Social Networks. GIS Research UK, Durham.

Singleton, A. (2009b). Geographic Visualisation: Neogeography and Area Classification. OACUG Geodemographic Visualisation Conference, London.

Singleton, A. (2009c). Public Engagement: The London Profiler, Public Profiler and the E-Society Classification. S4 Conference, London.

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2009a). Some Developments in the Specification, Estimation and Testing of Geodemographic Models. S4 Conference, London.

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2009b). Virtual Geodemographics. Association of American Geographers Conference, Las Vegas.

Gibin, M, P. Mateos, A. Singleton, P. Longley and P. Atkinson (2008). Monitoring Fine Scale Ethnic Changes in General Practices Catchment Areas within Inner London. Association of American Geographers Conference, Boston.

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2007). Modifying the 2001 Census Output Area Classification for Applications in Higher Education. GIS Reserach UK, Maynooth.

Lloyd, D, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2006). Towards a World Wide Genealogical Website: People, Places and Geographical Genealogy. Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London.

Longley, P. and A. Singleton (2006). Circling the Drain. Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London.

Singleton, A. (2006a). Bespoke Versus General Purpose Discrete Classifications: Segmentation of Higher Education Market Data. GIS Research UK, Nottingham.

Singleton, A. (2006b). Geodemographic Segmentation of Higher Education Market Data. Regional Science Annual Conference, Jersey.

Singleton, A. (2006c). Higher Education Segmentation. Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London.

Singleton, A. (2005a). The Social Space of UK Higher Education Acceptances. Royal Geographical Society Conference, London.

Singleton, A. (2005b). Widening Access and Participation in Higher Education. GIS Research UK, Glasgow.

Farr, M, P. Longley and A. Singleton (2004). Widening Access and Participation in Higher Education. GIS Research UK, Norwich.

Invited Presentations at Research and Professional Seminars, Conferences and Workshops

2016

Human Dynamics and Urban Structure. UBDC, Glasgow University, Glasgow.

Urban Analytics - City Structure and Function. CURDS, Newcastle University, Newcastle.

Consumer Data Research and Census Enumeration. Office for National Statistics, Southampton for National Statistics, Southampton.

E-Resilience and Retail. Said Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford.

Education Panel. ESRI UK Conference, London.

Geographic Data Science New Forms of Data and Policing. Crime, Policing and Citizenship Closing Event, London.

Keynote: Geography and Access. Brilliant Club, Stoke on Trent.

Keynote: Teaching to the Converted: From GIS to Geographic Data Science. OSGIS 2016, Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Turning Big Data Into Information. University of Cambridge / Princes Teaching Trust, Cambridge.

2015

Geographic Data Science and School Markets. Oxford-Man institute, University of Oxford, Oxford.

Geodemographics in an Academic Context. University of Liverpool, Liverpool.

Developments in Spatial Data Visualisation. Said Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford.

Reproducible Research: Open Methods and Data. Regional Studies Association, Sheffield.

2014

What is so Big about Big Data? Some Observations on Open Data and Systems. National University of Maynooth, Ireland.

Cities and Context: The Codification of Small Areas through Geodemographic Classification. Code and the City Conference, Ireland.

The Geodemographics of Use and Engagement with the Internet. Market Research Society, London.

Changed Face of GIS – Curriculum Challenges and Reproducible Methods. Irish Organisation for Geographic Information, Ireland.

Advances in the Geodemographic Study of Population and Place. University of Oxford, Oxford Institute of Ageing.

The Past Present and Future of Spatial Analytics with Big Data. Department of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds.

Geodemographics and the Internal Structure of Cities. Cardiff University, Cardiff.

2013

Advances in Geographic Information Science and the Population of Blackpool. Blackpool Geographical Association, Blackpool.

Geodemographics and Higher Education. Kings College London, London.

2012

Advances in Geographic Visualisation. University of Oxford, Oxford.

2011

Advances in Geographic Visualisation. University of Oxford, Oxford.

Spatial Analysis using the National Pupil Database. PLASC/PLUG User Conference, London.

2010

Advances in Geographic Visualisation. University of Oxford, Oxford.

Thought Provoking Applications of OAC: Widening Participation in Higher Education.. LARIA: Output Area Classification: Current and Potential Uses, Birmingham.

2009

Geodemographic Visualisation. Society for Location Analysis, London.

Geographic Visualisation: Neogeography and Area Classification. OACUG Geodemographic Visualisation Conference, London.

Introduction to the Output Area Classification Online. ESRC Research Methods Workshop: Measuring Segregation: Methods, Tools and Data, Bristol.

Public Engagement: The London Profiler, Public Profiler and the E-Society Classification.. S4 Conference, London.

Putting Social Care Commissioning at the Heart of Personalisation. Local Government Information Unit, London.

2008

Communicating Geodemographics. Market Research Society, London.

Research Frontiers: Neogeography and GIS applications for Spatial Decision Making. University of Nottingham, Nottingham.

What are Geographic Information Systems for the Google generation?. 3rd ESRC Research Methods Festival, Oxford.

2007

The Geography of Classification: Geodemographic Analysis and Mapping. Teacher Schools Network Master Class, Norwich.

A Meritocratic Market? Tailoring Geodemographics for use in Higher Education Widening Participation. University of Bristol, Bristol.

Open Source Geodemographics: Applications for Education. University of Sheffield, Sheffield.

Turning Data into Information: Geodemographic Applications. Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.

2006

Demonstration of Institutional and Subject Geodemographic Profiling. University College London, London.

2005

Marketing a New Market?. UCAS Admission Officers Conference, Keele.

2004

Geodemographics for Education. UCAS Admission Officers Conference, Reading.

Tailored Geodemographics - The Construction of an Educational Mosaic. LSDA Research Conference, London.

Professional and Administrative Activities

Administrative Experience

External Examination Experience

Organisational Roles within Professional Societies

Membership of Professional Societies

Academic and Professional Duties

Referee on articles submitted to the following international journals:

Area; Environment and Planning B (Planning and Design); Computers, Environment and Urban Systems; International Journal of Health Geographics: International Journal of Pattern Recognition; Papers in Regional Science; Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy; Environmental Modelling; International Journal of Geographic Information Science; Educational Research Journal; URISA Journal; Journal of Maps; Journal of Urban Technology; PLOS One.

Conference and Seminar Organisation

Impact and Knowledge Transfer

For each research project I have been involved with, a range of academic publications have been produced. In addition to these scholarly outputs, each project is typically accompanied with a website aiming to disseminate the findings more broadly and where possible to engage a wide public audience. These websites take a variety of different formats and are briefly detailed in the following section with evidence for their success measured in terms of press coverage.

Software

  • gd (http://rpubs.com/alexsingleton/gd) - An R package for building, testing and visualisation of geodemographic classification.
  • OAC Coder (http://www.publicprofiler.org/resources.php) - Postcode profiling tool for the ONS Output Area Classification (downloaded over 700 times). ## Websites I have developed and/or manage a range successful websites created as part of activities associated with research grants. These websites have wide ranging purposes, including pedagogic resource dissemination, public participation in GIS or impact generation. Many of these sites have captured a wide and international audience. For example, the worldnames (worldnames.publicprofler.org) website has received over 2 million unique users from 200 countries since August 30 2008.

  • www.policestreets.co.uk - a new visualisation of crime data.
  • rpubs.com/alexsingleton/ - R tutorials.
  • www.educationprofiler.org - School and catchment profiles with Google Maps.
  • gbnames.publicprofiler.org - 1881 and 1998 GB surname mapping website.
  • worldnames.publicprofler.org - world surname mapping website.
  • esociety.publicprofler.org - e-Society profiler website (search by postcode).
  • www.onomap.org - name classification website.
  • www.publicprofiler.org - neighbourhood profiler website (search by postcode).
  • www.areaclassification.org.uk - geodemographic news and teaching materials.
  • www.alex-singleton.com - personal research blog.

Media Exposure

My own research and/or the projects that I have worked on or managed have gained attention through the following media features:

Other Education and Qualifications

Other Work Experience