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Data analysis comes alive at this year's workshops

A few clients have asked me what to expect at this year's SOYL winter workshops. You can find a general overview in this article but as the team finalise their slide decks, I'm starting to see a very clear theme: Data.

There's been a lot of talk about data in recent years and we're now starting to see very positive learnings by analysing complex precision data sets for our clients. With their permission, we will be sharing some of these exciting developments at our upcoming winter workshops.

Example:

Data analysis showing yield per soil type across one farm

The importance of data analysis

Our company mission is to help our clients make every hectare count. We can use data analysis to help us achieve this in a number of ways:

  1. Analyse region or country-wide data sets to identify trends and improve broad on-farm best practice.

  2. Analyse farm-specific data sets to identify within-farm trends or limiting factors to improve performance across the farm.

  3. Analyse in-field data sets at a very detailed resolution to see which factors are impacting and/or driving yield in each part of the field.

Our data team have been working on all three of these areas over the last two years and we are delighted to publically share some of our findings

Some of these data innovations will be available as easy-to-use tools in mySOYL, our online precision data management platform. More complex analysis will be available through our advisory service due to the more intricate data input and interpretation required, all of which we will look at as part of our upcoming workshops.

Places are limited so to book a seat and discover how we are using data to help our clients, reserve your free place at one of our workshops today. 



Tom Parker

Head of products & technology

 For specific advice for your business related to this blog or any other aspect of precision crop production get in touch with SOYL.

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