3. A backend database would need to be prepared based on what data is collected. This backend data would then be used as a data set to make visualizations and highlight trends. This system could then be used as already discussed above in the ‘Data Visualization’ section. This, however, might be a slight expensive system with costs up to 9$ per respondent. This would need grants from the city/county which would involve some sort of political tug of war. However, once implemented, this would have the largest impact as the capacity can be expanded anytime and also the data can be collected from anywhere and anyone.
1. Setting up a booth or a small even in the community with mediators/counsellors who the residents could talk to and express their concerns. This is the rawest form of data collection, but this would also garner the most trust as people like speaking to human beings and not robots. The impact however, of such a system is limited to the number of such events and the specific locations and timings. There is possibly no common time to get all the residents in together and there might be a chance of missing out some key issues.
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