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APDU Weekly – March 17, 2022

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  March 17, 2022 FEATURE APDU Board Member: Building Up by Breaking Down If the mantra in real estate is “location, location, location,” the mantra for public data users is—or should be: “disaggregation, disaggregation, disaggregation.” Why does disaggregation matter? In this blog post, APDU Board Member Beth Jarosz discusses the importance of disaggregated data and […]

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APDU Weekly – March 10, 2022

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  March 10, 2022 NEWS Experts: Census Needs Funding to Repair Its Data ‘Backbone’ New Report Raises Alarm That Essential Data for the Nation Is at Risk Census Bureau to Lay Out Potential Misses in 2020 Count Why the Census Invented Nine Fake People in One House Treasury Launches Historic Equity Measurements for American Rescue […]

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APDU Weekly – March 3, 2022

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  March 3, 2022 FEATURES Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All With economic, public health, and governance challenges arising from COVID-19 and political polarization, trustworthy public data is vital to open and honest policy debates. APDU’s conference offers opportunities to learn about how […]

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APDU Weekly – February 24, 2022

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  February 24, 2022 FEATURES 5 Days Left – Submit Your Proposals Today! A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash APDU is welcoming proposals for the Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All, […]

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APDU Weekly – February 17, 2022

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  February 17, 2022 FEATURES 11 Days Left – Submit Your Proposals Today! A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All APDU is welcoming proposals for the Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All, (May 3 – […]

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APDU Weekly – February 3, 2022

  February 3, 2022 FEATURES Call For Proposals Open A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All APDU is welcoming proposals for the Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All, (May 3 – 4, 2022). With economic, […]

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APDU Weekly – January 27, 2022

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  January 27, 2022 FEATURES Level up Your Data Science Programming: Learn the Most Widely Used Open-source Statistical Analysis Language! Beginner R Training: Data Science for Community, Workforce, and Economic Development Research February 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM ET 12 Days Till Class Starts APDU’s Introduction to R workshop […]

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APDU Weekly – January 20, 2022

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  January 20, 2022 FEATURES Level up Your Data Science Programming: Learn the Most Widely Used Open-source Statistical Analysis Language! Beginner R Training: Data Science for Community, Workforce, and Economic Development Research February 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM ET 6 Days Till Class Starts APDU’s Introduction to R workshop […]

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APDU Weekly – January 13, 2022

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  January 13, 2022 FEATURES Level up Your Data Science Programming: Learn the Most Widely Used Open-source Statistical Analysis Language! Beginner R Training: Data Science for Community, Workforce, and Economic Development Research February 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM ET 26 Days Till Class Starts APDU’s Introduction to R workshop […]

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October 21, 2021 FEATURE APDU Board Member: Do Your Part to Build Trust in Public Data Katherine Wallman, Chief Statistician of the United States (1992 – 2017) During the past half dozen years, we have witnessed what is apparently news to many: a call for ?evidence-based policy-making? most notably initiated by congressional attention in the form […]

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