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Using Open Data to Evidence Funding Applications

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Last week while working with BOSF as I was showing the open data communities deprivation map when suddenly Emma had a light bulb moment. They’ve been applying to different funding pots but struggling at times to evidence that they are eligible for it. They needed to show that they serve a deprived LSOA area, and they […]

Using free tools to survey community groups and then perhaps combining that with open data. An example from BOSF, part 2

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A few weeks ago we were working with Birmingham Open Spaces Forum to look at how they were collecting data and introduced them to Google Forms. Recently we returned to see how they were getting on and what we could help them with next. As a group they were looking to collect information on their […]

Using free tools to survey community groups and then perhaps combining that with open data. An example from BOSF, part 1

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As part of the open data project at the Social Media Surgeries we’ve been working with Birmingham Open Spaces Forum (BOSF) to see if we can find a way of using data to help them in their work. BOSF is a network organisation that aims to bring together all the people in Birmingham with an interest in open spaces – so […]