HelpSheffield's Podcast

Chatting to Jo Reynolds and Tom French about how DATA could make Sheffield better

November 07, 2020 HelpSheffield Season 1 Episode 24
HelpSheffield's Podcast
Chatting to Jo Reynolds and Tom French about how DATA could make Sheffield better
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HelpSheffield's Podcast
Chatting to Jo Reynolds and Tom French about how DATA could make Sheffield better
Nov 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 24
HelpSheffield

Tom French is a man who likes to mess about with numbers and stats and uses them to try and make positive changes to the things around him. i.e. homelessness. To make a greater impact than doing this alone Tom started Sheffield Data for Good which you can read about and join in with via Meetup.com

https://www.meetup.com/Sheffield-Data-for-Good/

Tom, as a human man person, can be found on Twitter via @MrTomFrench and his project at @SheffDataGood also on that there Twitter. 

Jo Reynolds is more atuned to the qualitative data side of things, looking at the views of people rather than solid facts and figures. She runs @capacity_q which also has a website at 

http://capacityq.com/

which looks to use that data to help public, voluntary and 3rd secotor organisations make sense of what people are trying to tell them. 

We are still @HelpSheffield on Twitter and still at www.helpmycity.co.uk

Support the show (http://www.helpmycity.co.uk/during-the-covid19-outbreak-many-businesses-have-been-forced)

Show Notes

Tom French is a man who likes to mess about with numbers and stats and uses them to try and make positive changes to the things around him. i.e. homelessness. To make a greater impact than doing this alone Tom started Sheffield Data for Good which you can read about and join in with via Meetup.com

https://www.meetup.com/Sheffield-Data-for-Good/

Tom, as a human man person, can be found on Twitter via @MrTomFrench and his project at @SheffDataGood also on that there Twitter. 

Jo Reynolds is more atuned to the qualitative data side of things, looking at the views of people rather than solid facts and figures. She runs @capacity_q which also has a website at 

http://capacityq.com/

which looks to use that data to help public, voluntary and 3rd secotor organisations make sense of what people are trying to tell them. 

We are still @HelpSheffield on Twitter and still at www.helpmycity.co.uk

Support the show (http://www.helpmycity.co.uk/during-the-covid19-outbreak-many-businesses-have-been-forced)