Coleridge Initiative

Coleridge

Initiative

Democratizing our data.

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Training Programs

Our training programs provide cutting-edge analytics skills and apply them to real world micro-data to help solve real world problems.

Secure Platform

The Administrative Data Research Facility (ADRF) provides a secure platform to host confidential micro-data. The ADRF is designed to promote collaboration, facilitate documentation, and provide information about use to data stewards.

Rich Context

We are working with the research community to build a set of tools that enable collaborative knowledge creation and discovery with confidential microdata. Our goal is to transform the empirical foundation of social and health sciences research.

Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration - Winter 2021 (Class 2)

The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration is facilitating an Applied Data Analytics training program for state teams. The particular focus of this training series will be on using example data from the state of Illinois, training provider, and wage record data to examine the unemployment to reemployment trajectories of UI benefit claimants and visualize them in a dashboard.   The results will be to provide participants with (i) an understanding of how to work with similar data in their own state and (ii) the code necessary to produce a portal similar to the Illinois portal highlighted here. There will be an informational Zoom webinar describing the class on Wednesday, October 21 from 12-1pm Eastern. Registration for the webinar is available on the right-hand panel.

Schedule

All sessions are virtual and will be held online.

  • Module 1 - Introduction to SQL & R:
  • Dec 14 and Jan 7, 14, 21 (3 - 4pm EST)
  • Module 2:
  • Jan 25, 26, 28, 29, and Feb 1, 2, 4, 5 (3 - 5pm EST)
  • Module 3:
  • March 1, 2, 4, 5 (3 - 5pm)
  • Final Presentations:
  • April 2 (3 - 5pm)

Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration - Winter 2021 (Class 3)

The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration is facilitating an Applied Data Analytics training program for state teams. The particular focus of this training series will be on using example data from the state of Illinois, training provider, and wage record data to examine the unemployment to reemployment trajectories of UI benefit claimants and visualize them in a dashboard.   The results will be to provide participants with (i) an understanding of how to work with similar data in their own state and (ii) the code necessary to produce a portal similar to the Illinois portal highlighted here. There will be an informational Zoom webinar describing the class on Wednesday, October 21 from 12-1pm Eastern. Registration for the webinar is available on the right-hand panel.

Schedule

All sessions are virtual and will be held online.

  • Module 1 - Introduction to SQL & R:
  • Jan 27, and Feb 3, 10, 16 (11am - 12pm EST)
  • Module 2:
  • Feb 11, 12, 17, 18, 22, 23, 25, 26 (11am - 1pm EST)
  • Module 3:
  • March 22, 23, 25, 26 (11am - 1pm)
  • Final Presentations:
  • April 23 (11am - 1pm)

Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration - Winter 2021 (Class 4)

The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration is facilitating an Applied Data Analytics training program for state teams. The particular focus of this training series will be on using example data from the state of Illinois, training provider, and wage record data to examine the unemployment to reemployment trajectories of UI benefit claimants and visualize them in a dashboard.   The results will be to provide participants with (i) an understanding of how to work with similar data in their own state and (ii) the code necessary to produce a portal similar to the Illinois portal highlighted here. There will be an informational Zoom webinar describing the class on Wednesday, October 21 from 12-1pm Eastern. Registration for the webinar is available on the right-hand panel.

Schedule

All sessions are virtual and will be held online.

  • Module 1 - Introduction to SQL & R:
  • Jan 27, and Feb 3, 10, 16 (3 - 4pm EST)
  • Module 2:
  • Feb 11, 12, 17, 18, 22, 23, 25, 26 (3 - 5pm EST)
  • Module 3:
  • March 22, 23, 25, 26 (3 - 5pm)
  • Final Presentations:
  • April 23 (3 - 5pm)