MODA Project Library

The Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics (MODA) partners with agencies to deliver measurable value to City services by implementing data-driven improvements to City operations. Read how these partnerships empower on-the-ground expertise with analytic insight.

 

Fighting Source of Income Discrimination

The NYC Commission on Human Rights partnered with MODA to assist in identifying sites of potential income discrimination. Overview The New York City Human Rights Law prohibits housing providers from....

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Illegal Conversions

Landlords who illegally carve out additional dwelling units in residential buildings put lives at risk. MODA built a model to help building inspectors visit the most dangerous locations first. Overview....

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Free Lunch For All

One in every 67 Americans under the age of 18 is a public school student in New York City. MODA partnered with the Department of Education to help its Office....

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Legionnaires’ Disease Response

MODA assisted in a citywide response effort after an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease. Overview On July 17, 2015, the Bureau of Communicable Disease of the New York City (NYC) Department....

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Universal Pre-K Rollout

When City Hall expanded free early years education to more than 50,000 four-year-olds across the five boroughs, MODA stepped in to provide crucial data management and analytics support. Overview “On....

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Tenant Harassment Prevention

MODA helped the Tenant Harassment Prevention Taskforce focus inspection and enforcement resources where risk is highest. Overview Finding the worst cases of tenant harassment in NYC. In February 2015, the....

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Predicting Injury Outcomes using Data Linkage

Predicting which traffic crashes result in severe injuries helps to prioritize locations for street safety redesign. Overview Using linked crash and hospital data we were able to evaluate DOT’s formula....

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