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Findings

The final DataBridge report from our work between April and October 2011 is available to download, or you can read it on the blog.

You can read the brief version of the findings and recommendations in my presentation to the DataBridge partners and stakeholders form October 2011.

You can also read my blog post on the final event, with my power point, a video of the presentation and record of feedback.

Finally, the report produced by OCSI for Amaze, using the charity’s data in conjunction with existing public datasets and a simple postcode mapping tool to look at potential beneficiaries versus existing users of Amaze services. And OCSI’s presentation on how they did this research.

Added Jan 2012.

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Here are three of the reports to the six groups which have been made available to download. These are partly an assessment of where each organisation is with data gathering and analysis, and partly a series of recommendations on how to enhance what they currently do, plus suggested sources of data that they may find helpful.

Brighton & Hove Citizens Advice Bureau

The Carer’s Centre

Grassroots

Added August 2011.

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