Employing Data Mining and Visualization Strategies for the Analysis of Well-being Indicators

In this project, an online, interactive map visualization tool will be built to illustrate trends of community well-being indicators across Nova Scotia using the 2019 Quality of Life survey as the primary source of information. The goal is to empower residents and decision-makers to understand unique well-being patterns and socio-economic trends in communities, providing an invaluable resource for planners, researchers, and policymakers, and even allow Nova Scotians to make informed decisions on where to live. The Engage team does not have the personnel resources or expertise required to build such a visualization tool and collaborating with experts in this field will make this possible.

Faculty Supervisor:

Fernando Paulovich


Leonardo Milhomem Franco Christino


Engage Nova Scotia


Computer science


Health care and social assistance


Dalhousie University



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