Although summer is vacation season, here at PolicyMap, we’re hard at work updating data and adding new indicators. In case you missed any of our alerts when signing into PolicyMap, we’ve included the roll call of what we’ve been updating and adding this summer: DEMOGRAPHICS UPDATE Immigration, 2014, Department of Homeland Security HOUSING UPDATE Residential […]
Invest Health, an initiative with 50 mid-sized cities to improve health in low-income neighborhoods, is using PolicyMap as a data and mapping resource.
I was recently invited to blog for the Association of Public Data Users about the upcoming Annual Conference, specifically about the data journalism panel that I’m very excited to be moderating this year. Check out my post, and join us at the APDU Conference in September!
At PolicyMap, we were thrilled to participate in last week’s USDA Rural Development (RD) Open Data Launch. Our collaboration is enabling USDA to leverage their newly released data against the troves of data available in PolicyMap so that they can not only visualize their investments but understand the markets they work in and use data […]
Janet Haas of the William Penn Foundation wrote in the Philadelphia Inquirer about how Philly can use Childcare Map to help increase pre-K access.
USDA’s Rural Housing Service has teamed up with PolicyMap to create a new platform to help them answer their most pressing policy questions.
Check out some new tools using the PolicyMap platform from ArtsWave, the Greater Cincinnati region’s arts
supporter and the nation’s largest community campaign for the arts.
PolicyMap’s popular Mapchats Webinar series continued with a panel of leaders in early childhood education.