Data for neighborhoods within larger cities to foster community

Individual neighborhoods within large cities can benefit from independent analysis of public data in the context of ongoing efforts to improve the community.
People Impacted
$ 305B
Potential Funding
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Nature and Context

Existing tools for public data analysis and visualization are often mismatched to community needs, for reasons including geographic granularity that does not correspond to community boundaries, siloed data sets, inaccurate assumptions about data literacy, and limited user input in design and implementation phases.

Ideas Description

In Atlanta this need is being addressed through a Data Dashboard developed under the auspices of the Westside Communities Alliance (WCA), a partnership between Georgia Tech and community stakeholders.

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