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WHICH DATA
WEBINAR 2: A Review of Arts
and Culture Data Providers
May 17th, 2016
1. WHY Data
2. WHICH DATA
3. PRESENTING DATA
March 29th, 2016
May 17th, 2016
June 21st, 2016
Creative Economy
Data Providers
CONSULTANT &
UNIVERSITY
R E P O R T S
SPECIFIC vs BROAD
What type of industries are included?
SPECIFIC
SPECIFIC
BROAD
SPECIFIC vs BROAD
Nonprofit focus or for profit focus?
SPECIFIC
SPECIFIC
BROAD
5 PROVIDERS OF DATA
PROVIDER 1 CDP/ DATA ARTS
Cultural Data Project is now Data Arts
Data about the nonprofit arts sector
PROVIDER 2 WESTAF/ CVSUITE
Creative Vitality Suite by WESTAF
Data about the nonprofit and for-profit creative economy
PROVIDER 3 AFTA/ AEP
Arts and Economic Prosperity by AFTA
Data about nonprofit arts activities and
how they impact the eco...
PROVIDER 4 NEA’s ACPSA Study/ BEA
The NEA’s Arts and Cultural Production Satellite
Account from Bureau of Economic Analysi...
PROVIDER 5 CONSULTANT & UNIVERSITY
Consultant and University-Based
Research Center Reports
Custom fitting of data to a def...
INDICES AVAILABLE
Creative Vitality Index
by WESTAF
Arts Index
by AFTA
SOURCES OF DATA
WHERE THE DATA COME FROM
Data Arts uses the
“census” approach
WHERE THE DATA COME FROM
U.S. Department of
Commerce
-Bureau of Economic Analysis
-U.S.Census Bureau
U.S. Department of La...
WHERE THE DATA COME FROM
AEP 4, collected data
from 182 participating
organizations. These
data were then imputed
using mo...
WHERE THE DATA COME FROM
NEA’s ACPSA data
is derived from the
same surveys that
support other BEA
information.
Bureau of
E...
WHERE THE DATA COME FROM
CONSULTANT &
UNIVERSITY
R E P O R T S
Private Consultants
act as repackagers
of existing data
METHODS FOR MODELING
METHODS MODELING DATA/ SUPPRESSIONS
Missing values
are computed
based on
available data
+ + =
METHODS EXTRAPOLATING DATA
Therefore all cities with 20,000
people have 567 creative jobs.
INDICES, TOOLS AND REPORTS
WHAT IS AN INDEX?
In economics, an index is a statistical
measure of changes in a representative
group of individual data ...
WHAT IS AN INDEX?
INDICES CREATIVE VITALITY INDEX
Divided by Population
INDICES AFTA’S: LOCAL ARTS INDEX
The Local Arts Index measures four creative dimensions
which include many different indic...
WHAT DATA? TIPS FOR THE CONSUMER
+ Robustness of the data source
+ Credibility of the modeling
+ Timeliness of the data
+ ...
Questions and
Answers
Upcoming Webinars
Presenting Data - June 21
Susan Gillespie
susan.gillespie@westaf.org
303 629 1166
cvsuite.org
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On March 29th, CVSuite kicked off it’s three part webinar series, Art of Data. The second in the series, Which Data? aired on May 17th and featured Anthony Radich of WESTAF reviewing creative economy data sources, with EMSI economist Brian Points. Key takeaways for the webinar are:
• Which data are available
• How data are collected
• Ways providers model data
• Frequency and age of data
• Benefits and limitations
Visit cvsuite.org for more information.

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Which Data? A Review of Data Providers in the Arts

  1. 1. WHICH DATA WEBINAR 2: A Review of Arts and Culture Data Providers May 17th, 2016
  2. 2. 1. WHY Data 2. WHICH DATA 3. PRESENTING DATA March 29th, 2016 May 17th, 2016 June 21st, 2016
  3. 3. Creative Economy Data Providers CONSULTANT & UNIVERSITY R E P O R T S
  4. 4. SPECIFIC vs BROAD What type of industries are included? SPECIFIC SPECIFIC BROAD
  5. 5. SPECIFIC vs BROAD Nonprofit focus or for profit focus? SPECIFIC SPECIFIC BROAD
  6. 6. 5 PROVIDERS OF DATA
  7. 7. PROVIDER 1 CDP/ DATA ARTS Cultural Data Project is now Data Arts Data about the nonprofit arts sector
  8. 8. PROVIDER 2 WESTAF/ CVSUITE Creative Vitality Suite by WESTAF Data about the nonprofit and for-profit creative economy
  9. 9. PROVIDER 3 AFTA/ AEP Arts and Economic Prosperity by AFTA Data about nonprofit arts activities and how they impact the economy
  10. 10. PROVIDER 4 NEA’s ACPSA Study/ BEA The NEA’s Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account from Bureau of Economic Analysis A deeper dive into creative economy data
  11. 11. PROVIDER 5 CONSULTANT & UNIVERSITY Consultant and University-Based Research Center Reports Custom fitting of data to a defined community
  12. 12. INDICES AVAILABLE Creative Vitality Index by WESTAF Arts Index by AFTA
  13. 13. SOURCES OF DATA
  14. 14. WHERE THE DATA COME FROM Data Arts uses the “census” approach
  15. 15. WHERE THE DATA COME FROM U.S. Department of Commerce -Bureau of Economic Analysis -U.S.Census Bureau U.S. Department of Labor -Bureau of Labor Statistics -Employment and Training Administration (ETA) U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics CVSuite uses data from three primary sources
  16. 16. WHERE THE DATA COME FROM AEP 4, collected data from 182 participating organizations. These data were then imputed using modeling to the entire country.
  17. 17. WHERE THE DATA COME FROM NEA’s ACPSA data is derived from the same surveys that support other BEA information. Bureau of Economic Analysis Satellite Accounts Core Economic Accounts • Arts & Culture • Travel and Tourism • Healthcare • Transportation • Innovation • National • International • Regional • Industry
  18. 18. WHERE THE DATA COME FROM CONSULTANT & UNIVERSITY R E P O R T S Private Consultants act as repackagers of existing data
  19. 19. METHODS FOR MODELING
  20. 20. METHODS MODELING DATA/ SUPPRESSIONS Missing values are computed based on available data + + =
  21. 21. METHODS EXTRAPOLATING DATA Therefore all cities with 20,000 people have 567 creative jobs.
  22. 22. INDICES, TOOLS AND REPORTS
  23. 23. WHAT IS AN INDEX? In economics, an index is a statistical measure of changes in a representative group of individual data points. EXAMPLES Dow Jones Industrial Average & Standard & Poor’s 500
  24. 24. WHAT IS AN INDEX?
  25. 25. INDICES CREATIVE VITALITY INDEX Divided by Population
  26. 26. INDICES AFTA’S: LOCAL ARTS INDEX The Local Arts Index measures four creative dimensions which include many different indicators.
  27. 27. WHAT DATA? TIPS FOR THE CONSUMER + Robustness of the data source + Credibility of the modeling + Timeliness of the data + Ability to “play with the data”
  28. 28. Questions and Answers Upcoming Webinars Presenting Data - June 21
  29. 29. Susan Gillespie susan.gillespie@westaf.org 303 629 1166 cvsuite.org
  • KangwonSong

    Jul. 12, 2016

On March 29th, CVSuite kicked off it’s three part webinar series, Art of Data. The second in the series, Which Data? aired on May 17th and featured Anthony Radich of WESTAF reviewing creative economy data sources, with EMSI economist Brian Points. Key takeaways for the webinar are: • Which data are available • How data are collected • Ways providers model data • Frequency and age of data • Benefits and limitations Visit cvsuite.org for more information.

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