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Welcome to NYC School of Data — a community conference that demystifies the policies and practices around civic data, technology, and service design. This year’s conference concludes NYC’s annual Open Data Week & features 60+ sessions organized by NYC’s civic technology, data, and design community! Our conversations & workshops will feed your mind and empower you to improve your neighborhood. Follow the conversation #nycSOdata on twitter and tune into our live stream (provided by the Internet Society New York Chapter).

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Saturday, March 7 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
New York City Community Air Survey (NYCCAS) - Office Hours

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Get the details behind the New York City Community Air Survey (NYCCAS): 10 years of neighborhood scale street-level air quality data that is funded by the city council. There may be no better data available to look at spatial variability of Air Pollution across NYC. Talk to the data analysts in charge of the project at NYC HEALTH to find out more about the data collection, how we analyze it, what it can be used for, what are some pitfalls to avoid when using it, what data products are available and where you can find them. Weigh in on alternative data formats! We can offer insights into how NYCCAS data can help New Yorkers interested in assessing air quality of their neighborhoods through community science projects.

Speakers
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Sarah Johnson

Director, Air Quality Program, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Neighborhood air quality in NYC. Sources of air pollution.


Saturday March 7, 2020 1:45pm - 2:45pm
2-118 - (14 ppl)

Attendees (14)