I'm down for this. I'm really interested in diving deep into 311 data to understand it's reliability and alignment with on-the-ground issues.
I don't have great hacking skills but I can help with research!
Pratt Institute Spatial Analysis & Visualization Initiative
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Subject: [betaNYC] putting 311 data to work for NYC
To: [address removed]
Date: Mon, 9 Sep[masked]:54:09 -0400
Here's a possible direction for some of the BetaNYC crew this fall: turning 311 into an informative, meaningful tool for local action.
For example, what does the 311 dashboard on a Council Member's desk (or pocket) look like? With new representatives at every level of gov, what new tools using 311 data can inform them of community concerns? Can a local feedback loop with 311 help create more rewarding civic engagement?
I'm interested in working on this, focusing on communities with persistent quality of life problems. Who's in?
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