What is the difference between this site and the webapp?
Our webapp is our product. Built with Python and Django, the webapp uses statistical models to let decision-making be driven by influencing factors. We use this site built with WordPress to express our ideas quickly and keep the customer data private and segregated.
Which countries are currently included in the dataset?
Only data for the United States is currently available. Data for Canada is actively in process. Other countries will be added soon.
What are the sources of your data?
It is a combination of freely available data that we have processed, data we collected, and data we are actively collecting about expenses and wage growth from several sources. We are currently in the market for new datasets that can be relevant.
Are you offering custom features?
Please contact us using the form below or email us at decisions[at]yourd3[dot]com to discuss custom features or dashboards.
How frequently do you send job alerts?
We freeze our databases every Friday at 11:59 PM EST and send alerts over the weekend for jobs posted over the week that just ended. Users are free to make changes at any time, but changes made after the freezeout time will receive alerts the next weekend. Users can retrieve older alerts by using the historical scan feature on their profile.
Why are you showing negative savings?
The idea behind those is that if you live on a low salary in a high expense environment, you will presumably fall into some sort of debt. The negative number is supposed to represent the unsustainability of the scenario you are analyzing.
How do I know if the analysis is accurate?
We have several datasets – wage growth, tax rates, regional inflation, factors for regional adjustment of expenses. We are always looking for experts and data providers to help us update these datasets. What we have currently represents what is freely available on the internet.
What are the current limitations for use of the webapp?
Currently, we allow unregistered users access to only three (3) locations and occupations, with a maximum of five (5) queries. Registered users have access to the entire dataset but can only run ten (10) queries. Past queries can be accessed from the homepage. Once you are a registered user, you can contact us and request an increase in the number of queries allowed.
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