What we do
We build serious tools to help organizations turn data into information, and information into results.
Leverage Data for more Effective Aid
Humanitarian Relief and Development Assistance
Designed with UNICEF to work at a country, cluster, program, or project level, ActivityInfo allows managers to centralize data collection, track key performance indicators, and provides a single, unified view for all stakeholders. . ActivityInfo provides tools like simple data entry, beautiful maps, summary tables, and standardized reports, to let you coordinate, manage and improve operations. Read more at ActivityInfo.org »
Powerful statistical analysis without the pain of SPSS
Relaunching in 2013 with powerful new tools for visualization, analysis, and automated prediction that uncover hidden relationships and value in your data.
R for the JVM
Tools for Data Scientists
Renjin is a new interpreter for the R Language for Statistical Computing, built on top of the JVM. It seeks to provide better integration with modern web applications and greater capacity for working with large datasets.
WHO WE ARE
Alexander is passionate about helping organizations leverage data to achieve their goals, whether its NATO in Afghanistan, the Middle East's largest telecom operator, or UNICEF humanitarian operations in eastern Congo.
Jasper has over 10 years of experience as a senior Java developer both in the Netherlands and in Asia. At Bedatadriven, he leads ongoing development of the ActivityInfo Platform.
A veteran humanitarian professional, Katie helps organizations put ActivityInfo to work for their beneficiaries.
We have hard-won expertise in putting data to work in the most challenging environments. We can support your team in a number of areas: R Language • Hadoop • Humanitarian Information Systems • Predictive Analytics
CONNECT WITH US
Need help with a problem? Give us a call. Just want to see the code? Visit us on GitHub.
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