Learn about the Data Initiative's New Regional Focus
Informational Open House, June 5
Whether your work is already immersed in data, or you're curious about accessing and utilizing meaningful information, we hope you will join us for an informational open house on Thursday, June 5 that will showcase the Data Initiative's expanded regional focus, areas of expertise and future projects.
As The Piton Foundation's Data Initiative shifts its focus from a historically Denver-centric one to a regional view, you're invited to learn how exciting upgrades to this long-running program can help integrate data and technology more directly into your organization.
This open house event will:
Introduce new and geographically-expanded community information tools that are currently in development
Begin to engage community leaders in the design discovery process and testing of the Data Initiative's new Community Facts web-based application.
Highlight the Data Initiative's past projects and areas of expertise to show how data-driven decision-making can support community change
Due to space availability, this event will be capped at 75 attendees. Depending on level of interest, we will consider hosting additional events. If you cannot attend but would like to receive Data Initiative updates, please contact Jennifer Newcomer. We look forward to seeing you on June 5!
About the Data Intitiative
Established in 1991, the Data Initiative uses information and communication to bring people closer to their neighbors through a deeper understanding of the collective challenges they face. It engages the general public, as well as civic and community-based institutions, the media, business and government, in a better understanding of the region's key challenges and opportunities through shared access to high-quality, objective data. Learn more.
Colorado Data Engine: Unlocking Raw Data
Piton's open source hub, the Colorado Data Engine unlocks neighborhood scale public data in a standardized, geolocated format. This tool caters to researchers as well as technology developers who are building community-facing information platforms, and it was designed to allow users to contribute their own data. For more information, visit the Data Engine.