Open Data

Substantial social and economic gains can be made from opening government data to the public. The combination of geographic, budget, demographic, services, education, and other data, publicly available in an open format on the web, promises to improve services as well as create future economic growth. — Open Society Foundations.

  • Global Open Data Index: snapshot of the global state of open data. (…) It is not an official government representation of the open data offering in each country, but an independent assessment from a citizen’s perspective. It is a civil society audit of open data, and it enables government progress on open data by giving them a measurement tool and a baseline for discussion and analysis of the open data ecosystem in their country and internationally from a key user’s perspective.
  • Open Knowledge Network
  • Open Data Handbook
  • Open Government Data
  • Data Hub

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