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Who Benefits from Climate Ambition?

Who Benefits from Climate Ambition?

Explore and compare nearly 600 occupations in the US, including over 100 common green jobs.

The Circuit

The Circuit

A data-driven collaboration to investigate and reveal how Cook County’s courts work using 3 million filed criminal cases.

Chicago's Million Dollar Blocks

Chicago's Million Dollar Blocks

An interactive map showing spending on incarceration for every block in the City of Chicago.


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Dedupe.io is a powerful machine learning tool that learns the best way to match similar rows in your data.

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Your local city council, demystified. Search and browse your local legislation, representatives, and meetings.

Parserator

Parserator

Parserator uses natural language processing to split addresses, names & more into useful components.


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Working against systems of oppression

Working against systems of oppression

Jul 21, 2021 by Hannah Cushman Garland , Derek Eder , Forest Gregg

Last summer, DataMade made a commitment to examine the ways in which our work has supported systems that destroy Black lives, particularly policing and incarceration. As we wrote then, this is slow work, and much of it is quiet work rooted in reflection, study, and relationship building. A year later, we’d like to share an update on the steps we have taken so far and reaffirm our commitment to continue working to redirect power from oppressive systems to those that support democracy, justice, and equity for all.

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