Urban Statistician, Centre for Urban Transitions, Swinburne University of Technology
Liss is a statistician at Swinburne Institute for Social Research. Her work involves questionnaire design, data cleaning and statistical analysis for surveys as well as data cleaning and analysis for large secondary data sets. Liss has extensive experience in working with a broad range of ABS data (including very large data sets; HES, SIH, HILDA , Census), Valuer-General’s property data, Centrelink data, local council rates data and other data sets, as well as human demography data, including Census Data and GIS. She presents data in charts, figures, maps and tables for reports.
Liss has undertaken statistical analysis for AHURI, state government and local government projects (see below). She produces data for and co-manages Swinburne’s Housing in Victoria website. She produces the quarterly private Rental Report for the Department of Health and Human Services.
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