We invite submissions from our customers and partners from now until 5:00pm EST, May 29. Submissions should be sent to the Qlik FTB site, according to the instructions found at the end of the Datathon challenge document. Click here to download a ZIP file containing the document.
Datathon Submission Guidelines
The Datathon takes resiliency and COVID-19 data and overlays a view of other socioeconomic factors and demographic data. Participants will create and present solutions to the response efforts and how we can best prepare for future outbreaks. Participating customers and partners should submit applications that allow city officials to visualize the following:
- The situation on COVID-19 for world cities in a regional or global context;
- The actions and policies that cities are taking as a response to COVID-19, mapping the response geographically, by action type, policy area or other criteria;
- The role of demographic factors like population density in the spread of COVID-19 in cities; and
- How cities can use data and analytics to plan for resiliency against future crises.
The applications can also include: city vulnerability parameters; a mapping of city air pollution sources and impacts; peer city comparisons, including similar city characteristics, such as population and economic metrics; and the impact of COVID-19 on mobility, as well as any other relevant parameters.
The result should be an application that helps cities see the interactions between these parameters and variables, with visuals including maps, lists and charts to best present the data. Semifinalists (3-5 of the submissions) will be selected on how well their application addresses a business need, its uniqueness and features, its value proposition, its simplicity and ease of use, as well as its clarity and layout.
Semifinalist Applications Unveiled at QlikWorld2020
Please join us for QlikWorld 2020, from June 24-25, by registering here and see the Datathon semifinalists’ exciting applications, recordings of which will be played on-demand over the two days. Registrants can participate in an online audience judging which will determine the Datathon’s winner, with the winning solution announced live at QlikWorld at 5:00pm EST on June 25.
As a reminder for Datathon participants, please send your submissions to the Qlik FTB site, according to the instructions and resources found here in a ZIP file.
Please feel free to email me at [email protected] or [email protected] with any questions. Also, you can read up more on the challenge by visiting this Qlik Community page.