Charlotte’s Quality of Life Report: Connecting Community to Data

Meeting Materials by Tom Warshauer
June 19, 2013

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Quality of Life Study is an ongoing neighborhood benchmarking initiative that began in 1993.  The 2012 update greatly enhanced its utility, taking a printed version of 20 variables covering 173 neighborhoods to a robust web based format to track 80 variables in 8 dimensions for 464 neighborhoods in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.   It is now open sourced for data analysis, links to additional resources, and links to additional information.  This ignite session will give a quick overview of the product.


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NNIP Partners Meeting, June 2013