The framework of the Designing Rhythms for Social Resilience research enables international collaborations in the data domain. Thanks to these collaborations best practices can be shared in urban analytics and new comparative studies can be orchestrated between different cities worldwide. In these explorations the research group aims to work with several data sources and analytical methods, and to make bridges with ethnographic research techniques, in order to better recognise, represent and approach the multiple layered experiences in cities. The current international data partner is Habidatum, an international practice based in New York, Moscow and Amsterdam. In this project space, the international collaborators and the core DRSR core research team share their progress documents and (in-between) findings.