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Tag: Data expedition

  • Virtual Data Expedition – August 2020

    Join Open Data Manchester and 360Giving this August for a free, two-week Virtual Data Expedition to improve your data skills. About this event Would you like to feel more confident using data? Do you want to use data to better inform what you do? Whatever your data skills, wherever you are, you’re invited to join […]

  • A visual exploration of the 360Giving data journey workshop

    On 31 May 2018, I facilitated a data journey with 360Giving, focusing on statutory funding. Thank you to all the participants and my co-facilitators: Tracey Gyateng of DataKind UK, Anna Petruccelli of Comic Relief and Mor Rubinstein and Natalia Domagala of 360Giving. As Fran Perrin, founder and director of 360Giving, said: “Questions can change the world”. […]

  • Join us on a journey to draw insights from data

    From May to July 2018, we’re ‘digging the data’ as part of our Quest for Questions. This will be a journey to answer important questions about funding, led by our expert data analyst, Edafe Onerhime. We are taking our Data Expeditions – fun and dynamic group workshops to learn data skills – one step further. Do you […]

  • Join us on a Data Expedition and get to grips with data

    360Giving’s Data Expeditions deliver a double whammy, using a fun and dynamic step-by-step group process to both skill up organisations in the handling and wrangling of all kinds of data while throwing light on the issues they want answering. One summer day last year, the Blagrave Trust approached us to see if we could help […]

  • Join us for Open Data Day 2018

    Mark Open Data Day by attending our show and tell session – come with your laptop, leave with a new skill! It’s no exaggeration to say we are in the throes of a quiet revolution – open data is changing the way we live, work and travel, yet most people still don’t know what open […]