Story analysis method, mapping and tools

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For a brown bag presentation at USAID, Jan 2012. Provides brief overview of the GlobalGiving Storytelling Project method and examples of data analyzed with Cognitive Edge SenseMaker(R), Gephi, python, mapbox, and our own custom-built who-who tool.

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  • Words, phrases, and an estimated hierarchy – relevance to the hierachy of needs.
  • I need a lexicon of the 150 most important phrases to map on who-where.php
  • 153 ART sites known in 2003. Where is the real-time data, and what is the real-time method?
  • 153 ART sites known in 2003. Where is the real-time data, and what is the real-time method? How much time did it take to generate data for this 2007 paper?
  • Story analysis method, mapping and tools

    1. 1. How it works (www.GlobalGiving.org/stories) What we can learn from it
    2. 2. last week…
    3. 3. Story method 30,000+ stories in 2011 start end 2,000 12,000 15 of 470 36 people
    4. 4. Feedback meetings <ul><li>Group NGOs: 15 communities </li></ul><ul><li>Regular feedback sessions : present, analyze, & discuss stories </li></ul><ul><li>Identify difference makers ( Positive Deviance Model ) </li></ul><ul><li>Identify biggest unmet needs , and seek local leader to intervene </li></ul><ul><li>Leaders report back to peers next time ( Clinton Global Initiative Model ) </li></ul>
    5. 5. Feedback online <ul><li>Project leader dashboard to display stories </li></ul><ul><ul><li>that mention their organization </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>near where they work </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>related to the problems they address </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Donors: project pages display related stories on map and wall </li></ul><ul><li>Stories searchable / analyzable </li></ul>
    6. 6. Feedback loops <ul><li>Scribes get messages on how they are doing by SMS </li></ul><ul><li>Storytellers can be contacted and polled </li></ul><ul><li>Storytellers could request information </li></ul>Search for relevant stories by sms Link to other aid info Ask storyteller a question from web Get SMS about local events
    7. 7. Tools
    8. 8. SenseMaker® Gephi network mapping Mapbox On-platform tool kit Community of 400 NGOs in 3 clusters FGM
    9. 9. SenseMaker ® big picture
    10. 10. SenseMaker ® big picture
    11. 11. SenseMaker ® drill down Mathare slum (951 stories) Who / What are they talking about? International NGOS Local NGOS Individuals
    12. 12. Two words to describe yourself:
    13. 14. http:// chewychunks . wordpress .com/2011/10/22/1-percent-who-stand-with-the-99-percent-more-meta-analysis/ 29 of 97 stories identify root causes of the problem Story analysis without structure
    14. 16. Inspiration? This interactive tool makes over 10,000 journal articles on health easy to digest for general public:
    15. 18. Everywhere Mombasa http:// globalgiving community .com/who-where. php
    16. 19. (>25 uses)
    17. 21. (>150 uses)
    18. 22. (>100 uses)
    19. 26. Maps
    20. 27. HIV in Africa (USA Today Infographic)
    21. 32. 2007 paper 2003 data 135 known ART Sites in 2003
    22. 33. Stories mentioning HIV ( positive to negative tone) 2003 DHS survey cluster data of HIV prevalence https://tiles. mapbox .com/stories/map/map-yjb5jlwq
    23. 34. Ira Glass on Storytelling
    24. 35. Epilogue: All maps are distortions. But these distortions should make it easier to understand the world and help us make smarter decisions.

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