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What is this?
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This template is an extension of Data for the People, a project intended to expand the use of open data for Participatory Budgeting related decisionmaking.
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How can I use this?
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Find data sources relevant to your location and committee using the portal PBP shared:
https://www.participatorybudgeting.org/resources-to-do-pb/data-for-delegates/
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Then, start your research by using the metrics laid out by the County Health Rankings -- and keep going if more data helps you understand your neighborhood even better.
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Find out what the benchmarks are, and then find out where your city, district, ward, and/or neighborhood are in relation to them.
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Finally, try creating some charts to easily see and share with others differences among
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Get started!
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Download or make a copy of this sheet -- you won't be able to edit directly in this document.
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Use the tabs below to guide and organize your research.
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