Today is the final day of the DSSG program, and we’re wrapping things up. We’ve not only documented our work, but also left detailed instructions on how to recreate what we’ve done with new or different data. In addition, we’ve developed a public facing website that outlines our work and deliverables for Trees Atlanta and the Atlanta Trees Conservation Commission. We have split up our deliverables into three different needs.
- ATL Street Trees Visualization: Visualizes the biodiversity of trees planted by Trees Atlanta from 1994-2014. You can filter by genus, species, cultivarname, and year planted.
- City Street Trees Visualization: Similar to ATL Street Trees Visualization, but uses the downtown tree inventory data.
- ATL Trees Diversity Visualization: Allows users to visualize diversity of trees planted by Trees Atlanta by genus and Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs)
Contiguous Tracts of Forests
Working directly with clients, developing solutions based on needs, learning valuable skills, working in teams, and helping our city is what Data Science for Social Good is all about. Thanks for following our blog posts! We’d also like to thank our partners, Kathy Evans from the City of Atlanta and Alex Beasley from Trees Atlanta, and our mentors, Bistra Dilkina and Tony Giarrusso, for all the support and opportunities throughout this summer! Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our project or blog posts.