val dander said:
Wow, everything but simple:
Still a lot to learn about this, I guess..
Anyways: thanks for the challenge!
This course will become read-only in the near future. Tell us at community.p2pu.org if that is a problem.
Data isn't an end in itself. We usually want data to help us answer some question or help us do some activity. To begin with, we will give you an example below, but your task is to find your own question about your country. In the following steps you'll find data to analyze and answer it.
DataKind (formerly Data Without Borders) has some great examples of problems, datasets used, and results from their datadives. For example: http://datakind.org/york-city-datadive/.
These probably need to be cleaned up to be succinct but they are great resources for getting familiar with data needs, resources, and solutions.