About Analysis & Numbers

Who?

Analysis & Numbers is a Scandinavian analysis and research company with offices in Copenhagen, Oslo, Aarhus and Harstad. We were founded in 2014, and currently have arond 30 employees in Denmark and Norway. We are democratically organised as an employee-owned and driven cooperative, with a flat structure with equal salary for all. 

What?

Analysis & Numbers specialises in quantifying complexity: we map social phenomena and tendencies, measure attitudes and behaviour, and quantify digital and social movements. Our work provides insight into complex topics such as volunteering, digital spaces, democracy and participation, the spread of hate speech, mis- and disinformation. We identify patterns and communicate our findings with precision and thouroughness.

How?

We are methodological nerds. We combine classic methods such as interviews, survey, focus groups and evaluation with new digital methods such as big data, network analysis, machine learning and algorithms. We love to explore new methods, while also applying classic methods in innovative ways. We invest time and effort into developing new methodological approaches and strengthening our expertise.

Why? 

Our mission is to create a more democratic, equal and socially just society. We believe that our contribution to this mission is through new knowledge and analysis of our society, but also through the way our company is structured. The battle for democracy and social justice also plays out in the workplace. That is why we have decided to organise ourselves democratically, and invest both our time and profit into strengthening internal and external democratic initiatives. 


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  • Amalia Dahl
    Partner, København, Danmark

    Amalia is a sociologist with particular interest in our digital lives. She is particularly interested in online hate and violence, digital communities, culture, privacy, and rights. She is always curious to examine how the combination of traditional methods and digital tools can inform social issues and contribute to change. Her experience with analysis and development projects has enabled her to translate data into useful insight and products.

  • Ane Kathrine Strand
    Partner, Oslo, Norge
    Ane Kathrine Strand

    Ane Kathrine has studied media science with a major in journalism. She has previously worked as a media analyst for a wide variety of Norwegian businesses and organisations. Ane Kathrine has solid insight into the Norwegian media landscape, and her expertise is qualitative content analysis.

  • Anna Ørtoft
    Studerende, København, Danmark
    Anna Ørtoft

    Anna is a social data science student and specializes in the collection and analysis of digital data. Her passion lies in applying both quantitative and qualitative methods to extract meaningful insights from complex datasets. Anna is also very interested in the application of AI and has previously taught the interaction between technology and society, which has given her a wider context to understand how data analysis can be used to solve societal problems.

  • Asger Neesgaard Sand
    Partner, København, Danmark

    Asger is a data scientist, and has previously studied physics and software development. He has a passion for statistics and programming and works i.a. with techniques for image recognition, data extraction and analysis from various internet platforms. He has previously taught programming and statistics as well as the development of scientific software.

  • Aylin Dursun
    Partner, Norge
    Aylin Dursun

    Aylin is an analyst with a heart for exploratory analysis and communication. She has a master's degree in physics and previously worked as a researcher at the University of Oslo. In recent years, she has worked with various machine learning techniques. In addition to developing and improving models, she has been particularly concerned with extracting usable insights from the models and is an expert in data visualization. She has broad teaching experience, both from the school sector, academia and the private sector.

  • Bertil Ipsen
    Partner, Danmark
  • Dina Jans
    Partner, Danmark
    Dina Jans

    Dina is a sociologist with experience in combining digital methods with classical social science methods. She is particularly interested in mapping debates and agendas on social media and has, among other things, studied the climate agenda in the news media. In addition, with her sociological toolbox, she has extensive experience with both quantitative and qualitative methods, and she is particularly good at surveys and statistics.

  • Edin Lind Ikanovic
    Partner, Danmark

    Edin is our shining star in the field of data science and advanced analytics. With a degree in astrophysics and a supplementary education in mathematics, Edin has a profound understanding of how to process and analyze large amounts of data in a precise and systematic way. Edin is an expert in using advanced statistical methods and developing AI solutions to automate text analysis and gain insights across different fields. He has an impressive ability to explain complex analyses and figures in an easy-to-understand manner, and is always ready to advise our clients on how to best leverage their data for making informed decisions.

  • Håvard Lundberg
    Partner, Norge
    Håvard Lundberg

    Håvard is our innovative and creative front-end developer. Håvard ensures the greatest possible outcome by involving service design in our products and projects. He is an interaction designer and developer and has extensive knowledge about visualizing big data sets.

  • Ida Haugen-Poljac
    Partner, Norge
    Ida Haugen-Poljac

    Ida is a social scientist specialised in peace and conflict studies, and has over 10 years of experience from the international humanitarian sector. She has expertise in political and humanitarian analysis, and has worked in and with several countries in the Middle East. Ida likes to convey complex information in an easy-to-understand way, and is a structured and experienced project manager.

  • Jens Gwen Stein
    New, Danmark
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  • Katinka Goffin
    Praktikant, Norge

    Katinka is a social scientist with a background in gender studies and culture and community psychology. She has many years of experience with project-based work within sexual and reproductive health and rights, in addition to expertise within the field of equity and anti-discrimination. Katinka is particularly passionate and qualified in the field of qualitative methods and analysis, often with intersectional perspectives.

  • Konrad Jervell
    Partner, Norge

    Konrad is an experienced numerical physicist with a passion for programming and data analysis. He uses his analytical skills to shed light on social issues and has an impressive ability to extract insights from complex datasets. With expertise in scraping techniques, Konrad can extract valuable data from various sources, including social media, for in-depth analysis. At Analysis & Numbers, Konrad has, among other things, used artificial intelligence, such as large language models, to automate the classification of online conversations. He has a strong engagement for society, and uses his skills to provide a better understanding of digital interactions and social dynamics.

  • Kristian Bruun
    Ny, Danmark
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  • Line Pommerencke-Vilmand
    Student, Danmark
    Line Pommerencke-Vilmand
    Line is a sociology student at Copenhagen University. She is particularly interested in professional capital, and has previous experience from TeamArbejdsliv and the Investment Fund for Developing Countries. 
  • Lisbeth Palmhøj Nielsen
    Partner, Danmark

    Lisbeth has a PhD in economics, and is our expert on impact analysis and other advanced economic analyses. She has experience from both the academic sector, with VIVE and Aarhus University, and from the government sector, with The Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment (STAR). Hence, Lisbeth has the expertise to view both potential economic and political angles in research projects. Lisbeth is particularly engaged in issues related to family economics - especially gender inequalities - and has completed several analyses within the field of children and youth welfare, education and employment. Lisbeth is an experienced project manager, and she is also co-founder and head of the citizen-run Fuglekvarterets Fælleskafé in Nordvest, Copenhagen. 

  • Liselotte Elgård Nielsen
    Bookkeeper, Danmark
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  • Maj Baltzarsen
    Partner, Danmark
    Maj Baltzarsen

    Maj has years of experience from working in the intersection between politics, analysis, and cooperation. Maj is a sharp strategist, communicator, and project manager who translates complex analyses into concrete intervention strategies. Recently, she has worked intensively on creating new democratic movements and strengthen participation and ownership in democratic organisations.

  • Malte Moll Wingender
    Partner, Danmark
    Malte Moll Wingender

    Malte is a sociologist specialising in quantitative analyses within the broad field of social welfare. He is an expert in statistical data analyses and questionnaires as well as developing mixed methods designs. Malte has great knowledge about social and employment issues and has extensive experience in helping organizations understanding numbers and facts within these fields.

  • Mikkel V. B. Jørgensen
    Studerende, Danmark
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  • Mikkeline Thomsen
    Partner, Danmark
    Mikkeline Thomsen

    Mikkeline communicates what's difficult to put into words. She looks behind the numbers of the complex analyses and helps to qualify and disseminate the insights with an eye for the clients' situation and strategic potential. Mikkeline has a rhetorical background and she is concerned with how we influence each other in the digital democracy: What messages resonate in the digital assembly houses and why? Mikkeline has experience from various communications and consulting agencies and the NGO sector.

  • Niels Ørbæk Chemnitz
    Partner, Danmark
    Niels Ørbæk Chemnitz

    Niels is a computer scientist and data scientist specialising in big data processing and distributed machine learning. He is an analyst and also works on designing and implementing the scalable and robust data systems which collects and prepares data for our analysts and machine learning experts. Niels is also affiliated with the research group for data-intensive systems at the IT University.

  • Pia Bang Jensen
    Partner, Danmark
    Pia Bang Jensen

    Pia is a sociologist and has extensive knowledge about social policy issues. She has previously worked for FAOS - Forskningscenter for Arbejdsmarkeds- og Organisationsstudier, and Bygge- Anlægs- og Trækartellet (BAT), on issues such as labor migration, social dumping and working environments. Pia is especially skilled in tailoring analyses that combine both quantitative and qualitative methods. In addition, she is a strong coordinator who manages to generate valuable processes and dialogues.

  • Ronnie Brandt Taarnborg
    Partner, Danmark
    Ronnie Brandt Taarnborg

    Ronnie is a data scientist with particular expertise on natural language processing, machine learning, and big data processing. He is passsionate about topics such as hate speech, the spread of mis- and disinformation, and digital communities. Ronnie has extensive experience developing algorithms to detect hate, radicalisation, and extremism in text. He also likes to design and implement systems to collect, transform, and store data. With a background in sociology, Ronnie thus combine his strong technical data skills with the perspective of a sociologist.

  • Sarah Steinitz
    Partner, Danmark
    Sarah Steinitz

    Sarah is a sociologist with an additional education in journalism. Sarah is experienced in navigating the intersection between media, data, and political interests, with a special research focus on power and networks. Sarah is one of our brightest analysts, a sharp communicator, and a experienced facilitator.

  • Sigrid Nielsen Saabye
    Ny, Danmark

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  • Søren Nielsen-Gravholt
    Partner, Danmark
    Søren Nielsen-Gravholt

    Søren is a sociologist and specialised in statistical analysis, register data, and surveys. He has experience with major policy analyses and evaluations within the labor market and education area. Søren has an eye for details and is a firm project manager who ensures that projects generate the greatest possible value for our customers and society. Søren is the manager of Analyse & Tal and responsible for our daily work.

  • Tali Mørch
    Partner, Danmark
    Tali Mørch

    Tali is a sociologist and works with a wide range of social science methods and analyses. She has experience with both statistical modeling, social network analysis, surveys as well as qualitative interviews. Tali is particularly interested in examining complex issues and create innovative designs that combine traditional and new methods. Furthermore, Tali is an external lecturer in quantitative and qualitative methods at the Department of Sociology at the University of Copenhagen.

  • Tobias Bornakke
    Partner, Danmark

    Tobias is one of our leading experts in digital methodology with expertise in devising innovative digital surveys. Tobias has a Ph.D. in digital data from the University of Copenhagen and is notoriously curious about how to count things that are difficult to count. It keeps him abreast of using new digital methods and data, giving our clients a unique insight into digital behavior and information flows. Tobias has been part of several successful IT companies and is also deputy chairman of AkademikerPension, which manages over 20 billion euros.

  • Valdemar Baes Aaholst
    Student, Danmark
    Valdemar Baes Aaholst

    Valdemar studies sociology at the University of Copenhagen. He works both quantitatively and qualitatively with, for example, surveys, big data, interviews, and observational methods. Experienced within politics, journalism, and the artistic industries combined with his sociological background, he understands how to connect art and society. Valdemar also has an eye for the digital sphere and is interested both in what is happening on big social media and on smaller digital forums.

  • Øyvind Winton
    Partner, Danmark
    Øyvind Winton

    Øyvind is our creative data scientist with a twist of glaciers and improvisational music. He has a master's degree in physics, specializing in machine learning techniques and glaciology, and is passionate about exploring data and improving models. Øyvind has taught physics, programming and network analysis, and has published articles in glaciology. Alongside his work in Analyze & Tal, he does fieldwork on the Greenland ice sheet and studies jazz drums at the conservatory.