Working Paper 138 was published in September 2020. This paper describes analysis of data by socio-economic status in the subset of the 2015-2018 pension annuities in payment dataset that included indicators based on the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD), and region, using the “CMI Postcode Mapping Tool”.
A Tableau Workbook is released alongside this paper to allow users to visualise aspects of the data more easily than by manipulating the underlying dataset. The CMI is very keen to receive comments on the pilot use of Tableau for the accompanying Workbook, ahead of any further use. We ask that you provide feedback via the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CMITableauSurvey. We are keen to receive a representative range of views, so please complete the survey even if you are unable to use the Workbook. Note: the Workbook requires access to Tableau Reader; this is free to download at: https://www.tableau.com/products/reader.
An accompanying dataset is also released alongside this paper for users that are unable to use Tableau.
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