Together we’ve seen over 9,500 devices at more than 700 repair events. Thanks to our collective effort logging all that data, we’ve built up a rich database of the repairs we’ve attempted and types of devices we’ve seen.
But what stories can we tell with all this data?
We’ve always talked about wanting to use this data in interesting ways to help us all run better events and strengthen our case for the right to repair. But as a small team, we’ve sometimes struggled to make the most of all the data, which feels like a missed opportunity.
So, we’d love your help to explore the database and we’ve been working on a way to grant folks easy access to the data and powerful query tools with a platform called Metabase.
The data can be filtered in various ways - so if you’ve ever had any burning questions specifically about your own group’s repair outcomes, we can drill-down to those too
We have three questions for you:
What questions would you ask?
Do you want to dive into the data itself?
How can we tell interesting, data-driven stories?