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Analyze compensation of public workers in California #19

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geminiz opened this Issue Sep 19, 2015 · 6 comments

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geminiz commented Sep 19, 2015

Transparent California (http://transparentcalifornia.com/) provides compensation of public workers within the state (county/city/state/school districts/etc). It can also export data in CSV file. For example, the 2013 compensation for City of Bell is captured here (http://transparentcalifornia.com/export/bell-2013.csv). While the site contains a nice search engine, it lacks any analytic ability.

What would be interesting is to compare the salary of a given position among different cities (average, increase, bonus). Highlight deviation such as abnormal increase/bonus/overtime.
This can be done with a Python script.

@evankroske evankroske changed the title Analytic on Transparent California data for compensation of public workers (Part I) Analyze compensation of public workers in California Sep 20, 2015

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Max-Hab commented Nov 2, 2015

Is there any objections if I try do to this project? It can take a while because I haven't a lot of free time.

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evankroske commented Nov 2, 2015

Go for it!

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Max-Hab commented Nov 13, 2015

I will take care about. I don't need any help, moreover I prefer to make it alone to be able make end-to-end project. I am going to create separate repo soon and will keep it on track.

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mthong commented Nov 13, 2015

Go for it, @Max-Hab! Are you going to create your separate repo within the Code for San Jose organization? That would be ideal so we can include it as one of our Code for San Jose projects.

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Max-Hab commented Nov 16, 2015

Link to the repository https://github.com/codeforsanjose/transparentCA
It has been just created, I will continue work on it.

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mthong commented Nov 16, 2015

Hi @Max-Hab - awesome!

If you care, I think there's a typo in your repo name "tranparentCA" --- should be "transparentCA".

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