Browse projects showcasing the work of DataSF, City Departments, researchers, developers and more.

Featured from DataScienceSF

DataSF works with departments on applied problem-solving with advanced analytics resulting in a service change. Explore even more projects on the Data Science Showcase.

Keeping Moms and Babies in Nutrition Program

Have you ever been hangry (so hungry, you find yourself angry)? If you’ve ever experienced hangriness, you know firsthand the importance of food and nutrition for health and well-being. Now imagine if you are a pregnant mother or a newborn: proper nutrition is essential.

Preserving Art for the Future

Have you ever looked at a work of public art and wondered - will that always be here? Will it be around for future generations? The San Francisco Arts Commission] asks the same question because their job is to ensure that the city’s Civic Art Collection is preserved for current and future residents and visitors.

Streamlining Property Tax Appraisals

Imagine if a Ms. Jenkins sells her San Francisco home to a close friend at half the price ($500,000) of what she could have sold on the open market ($1 million). What would be the impact on property taxes?

Featured Power BI Cases

DataSF supports departments in the adoption of Power BI to advance their missions. Here are some of their stories of analytical transformation.

Appraiser Workload Report

Streamlining distribution of work with user-centered design and quality control tools

City Performance Scorecards

A tale of more efficient workflows by converting from Tableau to Power BI

Energy Performance Report

Data and analytical transparency with Power BI and open data.

Featured Applications of Open Data

Researchers, developers and all sorts of data consumers create work using open data. We feature those here. You can browse a full list of example uses on Made with Open Data.

Explore San Francisco Housing Policy and Data

The San Francisco Housing Data Hub is your go-to resource for learning about policies and programs that affect housing affordability and are administered by local government agencies in San Francisco. We provide an overview of each of the major programs - what it is, its purpose, and related data.

Public Access to Useful Property Information & Resources at the Click of a Mouse

The San Francisco Planning Department's award winning, innovative and user-friendly Property Information Map provides a single access point for a variety of useful property data, zoning and permitting information.