Morgan Finn

CTData Academy Survey: How can we improve our services for you?

Did you participate in any of the Data Collaborative’s workshops in 2018? Did you join any Open Data Calls or attend a Data Basics workshop? If so, we’d like to hear your feedback and suggestions, what you found helpful and what ideas you’d have to make our events more useful. Please take 5-10 minutes and complete this survey to share your perspective with us! Please email our Assistant Director Rachel Leventhal-Weiner at rlw@ctdata.org if you have any questions.

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Data Storytelling is a week from today!

Need help crafting a narrative from your findings? Which data visualization will have the most impact on your audience? What are the best tools and resources to have in your arsenal? If your organization struggles with these types of questions, we’ll cover the answers in depth at our Data Storytelling workshop, next Wednesday, January 30th from 10 am–12 pm at our offices in Hartford. There is a $25 fee. In this program, we bring together best practices in data reporting…

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January 2019 Newsletter: New Hartford Data Platform, Public Data & the Government Shutdown, and We Want to Hear from You!

    January 18, 2019   Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest CTData news and events!     Hartford Data Platform       The visualization above shows a concentration of poor mental health reported in Hartford’s Northeast neighborhood and a corresponding concentration in the South End neighborhoods of Frog Hollow and Barry Square, though the concentrations in the southern portion of the city are more geographically dispersed. In December 2018, the Connecticut Data Collaborative released our…

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Public Data: Another Tragedy of the Government Shutdown

The impact of the government shutdown, the longest in history and entering its 26th day, is extensive—from food safety worries to tax return concerns to many individuals and families struggling without paychecks. An often overlooked government function that has ceased operating in many cases is the collection and dissemination of public data. How will the shutdown affect the government’s efforts? As Drew DeSilver in an article for the Pew Research Center notes, there isn’t a single, clear answer: some data…

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January 2019 Data Storytelling

In our Data Storytelling workshop, we bring together best practices in data reporting and data visualization, as we guide participants through several exercises to learn how to create effective data stories. Participants will benefit most if they have engaged with our introductory workshop, Data Basics. We ask that participants bring their own laptops to be able to practice and engage in some of the activities.

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December 2018 Newsletter: Census ACS Estimates Released, Explore Data with New CTData Tool

  December 6, 2018 Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest CTData news and events! What’s New in Data The Census ACS 5-Year Estimates (2013-2017) are Here!   CTData has created a new tool to help navigate data from the ACS 5-year estimates (2013-2017). Click here or the image above to view our interactive webpage where you can choose from select tables for Connecticut towns and census tracts. Head to our blog to learn more about the estimates for…

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Census 2020 Kickoff Agenda, Registration, and Parking

Our Census 2020 Kickoff is less than a week away! View the agenda above to get a sneak preview of the day’s events. Just as a reminder, the Census 2020 Kickoff is on Tuesday, 12/11 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at 10 Constitution Plaza in Hartford. Light breakfast will be served. If you haven’t registered yet, click here or the agenda above to R.S.V.P. Spots are filling quickly! If you’ve already registered, we’re excited you can join us! Please email mfinn@ctdata.org…

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Join Us: 12/11 Census 2020 Kickoff!

Join us on Tuesday, December 11th for our Census 2020 Kickoff event at our offices at 10 Constitution Plaza in Hartford. Hear from the Lt. Governor-Elect, the Mayor of Hartford, the Census Regional Director, the State’s Chief Data Officer, and other elected officials about the plans for Connecticut with Census 2020. Learn about the impact the census will have on federal dollars into Connecticut, how the data are used for representation, and how you can get involved. Click here to…

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