McCourt School of Public Policy

Environmental Impact Data Collaborative

 The EIDC enables community groups, policymakers and researchers to discover, access, merge, transform, analyze, visualize, and discuss data in ways that support their efforts to make environmental policy more effective and just.

Real Time Cloud Collaboration

The Environmental Impact Data Collaborative is built on top of a data lake structure that allows us to process, quality check, transform, catalog, and release data sets for use by policymakers, advocacy organizations, and advocates. The data is discoverable by these groups using a tool called Redivis, which allows for easy access and documentation of the data assets provided. Analytical and visualization tools are also available within Redivis for those who would like to use these tools in a cloud computing environment and collaborate with others on their projects.

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