Guidance on how to meet the legal accessibility regulations when publishing analytical publications such as bulletins, reports and articles.Learn more on Making analytical publications accessible
The guidance hub contains resources and reference information to help you with all aspects of your analytical work.
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Examples of how to use our recommended colour palettes in charts using R and Python code and Microsoft theme files.Learn more on Using our colour palettes in Microsoft, R and Python
This checklist is designed to help you implement our data visualisation charts guidance and e-learning.Learn more on Accessible charts: a checklist of the basics
These resources are to be used alongside our 'releasing statistics in spreadsheets' guidance.Learn more on Resources to use with our releasing statistics in spreadsheets guidance
These tips suggest some things to consider if your statistical outputs have been affected by the pandemic.Learn more on Tips for communicating the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19)
This guidance provides practical advice on how to communicate quality, uncertainty and change for different types of statistics and for a range of audiences.Learn more on Communicating quality, uncertainty and change
Style.ONS is a guide to writing about statistics. It has been produced with help from the Government Digital Service (GDS) for anyone writing about statistics.Learn more on Style.ONS: a guide to communicating statistics