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Tuesday, June 28 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Using R with Taiwan Government Open Data to create a tool for monitor the city's age-friendliness

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Poster #20

Due to rapidly growing aging population,to create a aging-friendly city is a important goal of modern government. Some indexes to reflect the city's age-friendliness may help the local government to monitor and improve the policy practice and these information also should be open and interactive to the citizen who caring about this issue. And the R language provides a great flexibility in dealing with the diversity of the file formats from government. Besides, the data visualization and web application supported by R can make the analysis result more understandable and interactive.

According to WHO 2015 age-friendly city guidelines, there are eight aspects for a comfort of elder living (outdoor spaces, transportation, housing, social participation, social respect, civic participation, communication, health and community support). And we use the Taiwan OpenGovernment data to integrate indexes with normalization and to visualize the indexes geographically. In the end, we create a shiny application with interactive Plotly to let the result easily be approached. The result may show how R can easily to utilize the government data and provide a great application turning WHO guideline into a monitor tool helping the government practice in age-friendly policy.

Speakers
avatar for TING-WEI  LIN

TING-WEI LIN

National Taiwan University


Tuesday June 28, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Sponsor Pavilion 326 Galvez Street Stanford, CA 94305-6105

Attendees (15)