We’re hearing that many of you had a great time at NYC’s School of Data! We did to and want some feedback from you.
Here are some event stats:
- We featured 18 sessions, 40 presenters, 22 are women, 16 came from NYC Government, & three are elected officials.
- 372 tickets; checked in 260+ people; 11 children under 10 y.o. attended the event.
- 49 people offered to volunteer. 30 labored.
- Eight NYC High Schoolers learned to navigate NYC’s open data portal, manipulate NYC’s 311 data, & map this data into CartoDB.
- One family attended and represented three generations: Grandma—organizer and data visualizer, Father—data advocate, & Daughter—aspiring civic hacker.
- Our event leadership team consisted of seven volunteers, three are women & five are people of color.
- For a third of the day, our hashtag was a trending topic on Twitter — #nycSoData.
- Our main stage conversations are up on youtube.
- You can download presenters slides from our Organizer’s recap.
Cool things from nycSoData
Now, we’re looking for open feedback on what ya did, what you loved, what you didn’t love, blog posts, hacks, ideas for future… The following is a brief collection. Please add more as a comment.
- NYC School of Data’s Organizers recap
- Renter Be Aware, an NYC 311 Chrome plugin, via twitter Know the history of your NYC rental! While you browse for an apartment, see every 311 complaint against this address.
- Steve Adler’s thoughts on the Economic Justice Jam
- Raj Signh’s experience with the Economic Justice Jam
- leave a comment and add what you learned at NYC School of Data!
If you want to give us private feedback, please use this link.