Bank of England flirts with online dating to understand housing data

'Strong case' for analysts using algorithms more commonly used by dating websites to look at trends and sort through the big data

National housing data is really complicated – and there’s more of it than ever before. Even the brains and super-computers at the Bank of England seem to have trouble making sense of it. So the BoE is turning to tricks used in the online dating world to try and sort the data.

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