Teaching Analytics to NYC Employees: Why Teach Analytics?

This blog post is part of a series of posts I’m doing outlining the experiences I’ve had in a year of teaching analytics classes to NYC employees. For more information on the courses I teach, see the Github repository of course outlines and other important information as well as the other posts in this series. The […]

Teaching Analytics to NYC Employees: An Introduction

For over a year now, I’ve been teaching analytics courses for employees of the City of New York. Starting with a course called Data Analytics for Managers, I began helping the 300,000 civil service employees in New York become more data literate by helping them be comfortable with numbers and figures, as well as more […]

Map Hacking NYCT Subway Station Conditions, Part I

There’s probably a name for someone who takes the data from someone’s map and creates a whole new map based on it because they thought the first map didn’t do the data justice. I’m sure the name is not pleasant and I’m also sure it applies to me. After hearing about the Citizens Budget Commission interactive map […]