Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] Which big data methodologies can be used to cope with any of the above challenges (please add comments in the lines above)?
Luca Alessandro Remotti
In my opinion this all comes after the fundamental availability of the data.
Luca Alessandro Remotti, 05/07/2019 11:39
Luca Alessandro Remotti
If data is structured and available, there are no limits of their use for policy making purposes within the given framework.
Luca Alessandro Remotti, 05/07/2019 11:40
Luca Alessandro Remotti
As the research needs are concerned, all are applicable. They have to be related to the specific context of application and the field of implementation.
Luca Alessandro Remotti, 05/07/2019 11:46
Mariam El Ouirdi
Agreed about data availability. The real challenge is not gaining more data, but gaining relevant data to support policy. Reference: Taylor, L., & Schroeder, R. (2015). Is bigger better? The emergence of big data as a tool for international development policy. GeoJournal, 80, pp. 503-518.
Mariam El Ouirdi, 08/07/2019 19:31
Greta Kostina
The real time assessment of the impact of the policies raises issues that are also mentioned above about how possible it is to have real time data. So far obtaining real time data has proven to be a difficult task.
Greta Kostina, 16/07/2019 12:27
Emvol Trompev
Data aggregation and semantic enrichment are two particularly important aspects.
Emvol Trompev, 22/07/2019 14:59