Data Dashboards and Tools

Accessible analyses and interactive visualizations to empower informed action

We work with community partners to develop anticipatory models, dashboards, visualizations, apps and predictive data tools that help change agents and decision makers gain the insights they need to tackle our most pressing challenges.

HEIGHT Poverty Dashboard

 Featured data tool 

HEIGHT Poverty Dashboard

How many Arizona households are struggling to pay for basic needs? We worked with Resilience Fellows from Valley of the Sun United Way to develop a comprehensive measure of poverty in the state. This dashboard lets users explore that analysis through geographic and demographic lenses.


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Data Tools

HEIGHT poverty dashboard chart showing household expenditures by county

HEIGHT Poverty Dashboard

How many Arizona households are struggling to pay for basic needs like housing, health care and transportation? This dashboard lets users explore our comprehensive measure of poverty through geographic and demographic lenses.

Evictions notice and face mask on a table

Maricopa County Evictions Dashboard

Arizona has one of the highest housing loss rates in the country. The visualizations provided in this dashboard tracks eviction rates, yearly filings, and rates across the state.

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Smart City Metrics Visualization

Smart cities use data and digital technology to enhance the quality of life and wellbeing of their residents. This dashboard maps out a potential set of indicators smart cities can use to help them track and measure progress.


Visualization: Temperatures in Maricopa County

The following heatmap and bar graph analyzes the median monthly temperatures since the early 1890s. It shows the break-even point in the temperature rise phenomenon and how weather compares to the baseline.

Mobility Card

Disruption in Mobility due to COVID-19 in Arizona

This dashboard presents visual trends and insights into how our community is moving differently in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, due to stay-at-home policies, work stoppages, and social distancing observances.

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Arizona Hospital Resources Mapping Tool

This tool maps COVID-19 cases, hospital bed capacity, testing sites and 13 additional layers of data to compare where health resources are available to where they are most needed.

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Economic Resilience Dashboard

This dashboard tracks key metrics about job loss, relief funding allocations and many other factors to provide a holistic view of the health of Arizona's economy.

COVID-19 responses for community resilience

 Uniting To Slow The Spread 

A review of ASU's top research efforts to respond and support the community during COVID-19. 

Make sure to take a look at our featured contribution on page 25. 

Hundreds of ASU faculty, staff, and students have applied their expertise to stopping the deadly coronavirus in its tracks and helping Arizona become more resilient. This booklet chronicles their efforts and impacts over the first 6 months. 

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 Research Opportunity 

COVID-19 Household Survey

This survey aims to understand how people in Arizona are experiencing this crisis around the coronavirus. The survey features questions about recent behaviors, perceptions of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and demographic or health-related questions.

It takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.

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 ASU Now Article Series 

Building community resilience across Arizona in the face of the coronavirus 

Our first ASU Now article features 2020 Resilience fellows sharing how you can help build your capacity to adapt and boost community resilience during COVID-19. 

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 On-Demand Webinar

Leadership and Resilience in the time of COVID-19

How can you become a more resilient leader? Learn about the latest research on adaptive leadership and gain the perspectives of community leaders working in Maricopa County. Watch the full webinar recording of this event held on April 17, 2020.

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