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Digital City

Cities and local governments collect an increasing amount of data. Often this data is made available to the community. This is an important step to help people make informed decisions. Using computational thinking it is possible to analyse the data and then take data driven decisions. There are detailed descriptions of how this can be achieved online. As a simple example we can analyse where deadly and non-deadly traffic accidents take place (here shown for New York).

In this conference we will show you how to analyse data from your city to help make better decisions. We will focus on two user groups: (i) employees of the local city council, (ii) members of the public who want to make a case for or against a certain project.  

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