Name Flowminder research
Source flowminder.org
Hyperlink to Source http://www.flowminder.org/research/
Description Flowminder Foundation is a registered non-profit with a mission to improve public health outcomes by working with NGOs and government agencies with method development, capacity building, and implementation and scaling of processes relating to collecting, aggregating, analyzing, and disseminating anonymized mobile phone location data and satellite data. Flowminder works to establish partnerships with leading agencies, operators, and other stakeholders and help save lives by providing analyses and decision support based on the latest academic advances in the science of human mobility to all relevant parties.
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Lead Institution flowminder.org
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Info link http://www.flowminder.org/research/
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Type Research
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Open source N/A
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Plug & Play N/A
Outputs compatible with indicators from Official Statistics N/A
Status Pilot
Country use cases
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Statistical Institute
Other Government Agencies
Civil Society Organizations
Private Sector
Sectors where the innovation can be applied
  • Health
  • Areas of technological innovation
  • Log Data
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  • Visual Analytics
  • Areas of management practice innovations
    Use of Alternative Data Sources
    Areas of institutional process innovations
    Digital Activism
    Case Study URL with Public Sector Participation http://currents.plos.org/outbreaks/article/containing-the-ebola-outbreak-the-potential-and-challenge-of-mobile-network-data/
    Case Study Description Flowminder analyzed a number of existing data sources from national census microdata samples, mobile phone call detail records (CDRs), and spatial population data in order to better understand the Ebola outbreak.
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    Internal Comment
    Good practices displayed Yes
    Created On 2014-04-12
    Updated On 2014-04-12
    Status Published
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