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DataKind Prezi

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Abhay Bagai

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SOLUTIONS
DATE: 05/10/2014
CREATED BY:Robin
TEAM:NECPC
GOALS
Develop an interactive online data tool for child poverty indicators
Establishing a link between CAB data and Child Poverty to act as a current, local proxy indicator
PLAN 1
Use CAB 2011 data to map with HMRC data to find the correlation.
Map tax credit data with HMRC data
PLAN 2
Project Skylark: Develop an interactive dashboard to present key poverty area.
Project Nighgale: Repurpose DataKind DC work for NECPC
EXECUTION
Project Skylark
Project Nightingale
SUMMARY
RESULTS
Prediction results for 2011 Gateshead with average 9% Accuracy
Tax credit data is good proof for Child poverty
One interactive Dashboards
Web App for NECPC
REMAINING PROBLEMS
Quality of Data
Cab data with Dates
Making sure the right story is being told
RESULTS
Prediction results for 2011 Gateshead with average 9% Difference
Tax credit data is good proof for Child poverty
CAB data with HMRC data
2011 CAB data
Used 11 Local Authorities to train the system
Predicted values for Gateshead(for ll LSOA's) to prove the concept
Tax Credit Data with HMRC
2011 TAX Credit data
Divided project in two subsets:
Children in working households
Children workless households
EXECUTION
PROBLEM
We have lots of data to show the extent of child poverty in the North East, BUT
Much of it is not very local
Most of it is very OLD by the time it is released
PROJECT REPORT
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