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Dashboards present and visualize key data, including trends and hotspots, in a single glance. The most common example in this subgenre are municipal dashboards, which display data indicators across a city for operators or citizens to monitor.

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Heather Froehlich and Michael Correll question if dashboards are "acting not as aids to decision-making but as devices to be passively consumed or observed: spectacles to “take in” rather than tools to guide action".

Katya Abazajian asks, "When so many data dashboards offer few satisfying answers, we might wonder why local leaders default to building them again, and again, and again. Is it too late to give dashboards a new purpose?"

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ImpactBoard

ImpactBoard is a data management solution (and dashboard) that provides programmes with intelligence to achieve impact.

Ride Report

From bikes to scooters and everything in between, dockless mobility offers cities a range of new options and challenges. Ride Report is your comprehensive toolset to manage emerging mobility services.

Populus

A PLATFORM FOR CITIES TO MANAGE THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY

Civil Cops

Report Civic & Social Issues through our Artificially Intelligent chat & voice interfaces integrated onto all the major social media channels

OpenGov Open Data

OpenGov’s comprehensive open data and financial transparency solutions help agencies of all sizes drive accountability, make data more useful, engage the public, and unlock economic potential. OpenGov is the first complete cloud solution for public sector budgeting, operational performance, and citizen engagement.

Boston CityScore

CityScore is an initiative designed to inform the Mayor and city managers about the overall health of the City at a moment’s notice by aggregating key performance metrics into one number.

Criminal Court Data Dashboard

Over the course of a year and several public information act requests, Texas Criminal Justice Coalition and January Advisors assembled over a million criminal court dispositions throughout Harris County.

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