Apra PA: Relationship Mapping - Shared screen with speaker view
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I hope today you will be able to cover family relationships as well. I would welcome tips there!
Hi guys! If you are comfortable with your questions, put them "to all panelists and attendees" so that everyone on here can see. Thanks! :)
From Theresa: Fun story - I actually did! My friend brought me to her next door neighbor's party, and I met my husband
What format do you use to present your findings to your fundraisers? Narrative (written down) or graphs?
I'll remember to discuss family relationships.
Thanks so much!
I'd imagine both ways would be helpful, depending on how you are using it
Yes, I agree.
My development officers, one in particular, HATES subjective ratings...
Right, qualitative, not quantitative.
I'll share your compliment with Jen.
that was my question, this is good to know
Just to make sure I'm on the same page, is the advocate intended serve as a secondary DO (i.e., the one making the ask, or to lead to introduction to DO?)
Pat, yes -- the advocate is being asked to make an introduction. I would also think of the advocate as a secondary or volunteer.
What is the purpose of merging? Just for efficiency?
April, I'll show you the automated way to do this. We're showing both methods.
Pippa, yes. There is a connection because both are on that board.
Pat, the point of finding convergence is identifying the most connected advocates.
I've seen this done in Power BI
Jeanne, I'll cover your question on my slides.
Yes, Power BI also maps relationships.
iWave shows RelSci connections but only up to 50 of their top connections and how they are connected (i.e. alma mater, occupation, family, boards, etc.)
Question for the group: How are people using Live Alumni for relationship mapping?
I was wondering if that was just me
Viv: Cross referencing the users' self-reported Linkedin data with your own internal data!
RE: GDPR in the UK - ensure your organisation has completed a privacy impact assessment (PIA). ICO (UK's information commissioner) has information on doing DPIA: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/data-protection-impact-assessments-dpias/what-is-a-dpia/
Can't see slides again
I see two columns - is that correct?
Mine is on full screen though
it was me, sorry.
Is Node XL an add-on for Excel? or different program?
What information d0 you export information out of your database to excel
Node XL is an add-on for Excel
Also, sometime you may have to play around with your PC permission as some companies settings doesn't allow it. Had to hound the IT people to make it work for me.
I'll probably have to do the same
Love using Node XL. For those using RE, the info I exported are in the relationship tab.
This is incredible. I wish my institution's database was robust with this much data
yes - scenario would help!
Dominic, I'd love to connect offline. email me at email@example.com. - Matt
Is this something that could be built using tableau?
We use RE and I'd love to use this!
Any Banner users out there that use this?
Hi, Megan! YES in tableau.
Nice! Thank you!
Dominic, which relationships tab in RelSci do you export? My relationships?
Is this factoring in capacity at all then?
@pat/matt: I'm on LinkedIn in case I miss your msg.
Can you provide link? I can view your full name. Here is my LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickestes/
Never mind, I had to expand chat window
@Larissa, I haven't found the RelSci on iWave is useful especially if prospect is linked with a big company as it's only up to 50 connections. So I don't export the info from RelSci.
@Marianne, really useful way to use NodeXL ie. looking at the data on the tabular (on Excel) while working on the graph.
How can we contact either of you for follow-up questions I think of later?
Other tools I've used are Cytoscape and Gephi (similar to Node XL)
Thank you, both!
Thanks guys! really good to have a refresh on network mapping!