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Baltimore Data Day: third annual celebration of vital signs hosted by University of Baltimore, others

What better way to spend a decade since the inception of the spreadsheet-worthy Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance than the third annual Baltimore Data Day? Held Friday at the University of Baltimore, the annual data pilgramage was again put on in part by the college’s Jacob France Institute, which is largely behind the alliance’s collection of […]

What better way to spend a decade since the inception of the spreadsheet-worthy Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance than the third annual Baltimore Data Day?
Held Friday at the University of Baltimore, the annual data pilgramage was again put on in part by the college’s Jacob France Institute, which is largely behind the alliance’s collection of “vital signs,” like crime, sanitation and community housing, that indicate how a community has changed over time. (Read our coverage on Friday of Data Day.)
The conversation was so rich, it seemed like a Storify recap of Friday’s events was in order. See it below.

http://storify.com/ajzaleski/at-3rd-annual-data-day-proof-is-in-the-points.js[View the story “At 3rd annual Data Day, proof is in the points” on Storify]

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