Look. Replicate. Use Data for Social Good.
We showcase reusable data-driven projects and support you to bring them to your community.
Are you excited about solving social problems with data but don’t know where to start? Browse our handpicked projects, get inspired and start a replication for your community. Don’t worry, we won’t leave you alone.
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Allows citizens to subscribe to new legislation, to contextualize legislation and evaluate legislation.
Twitter bot for animal shelters that increases the likelihood that potential adopters find adoptable animals.
Allows citizens to claim responsibility for shoveling out fire hydrants after heavy snowfall.
Records bicycle trips and provides data to regional transportation planners to make Philly a better place to ride.
Helps reducing food waste through donation and composting resources.
Maps child-wellbeing based on publicly available data.
Connects homeless and low-income residents with critical and life-saving resources nearby.
Allows citizens to report, view, or discuss local problems.
Predicts food establishments most at risk for the types of violations most likely to spread food-borne illness.
Searches tweets related to food poisoning and directs the possible victims to a 311-service form.
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