- New York City
- New York University's Center for Urban Science & Progress
Indiana launched a Management and Performance Hub (MPH) that facilitates the use of analytics across state databases. In order to better understand the correlation between infant mortality and indicators like health care, nutrition and housing, MPH integrated government data from family, health, finance, business and employment agencies to reveal more obscure trends. Caseworkers could compare a family's information to past and present data on at-risk families, making a risk estimate that helps determine the probability that a child will be harmed in the future. In this case, the results of the analytics project empowered caseworkers to make data-driven decisions in their efforts to address child welfare issues. Includes graphics on opioid prescription and deaths, education and workforce.
Open data from Department of Transportation