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Bike Data Project Nov 23
While we're making all collected 🚲 data available as , we've made a first heatmap for you! Want to see what 6 million cycling km look like on a map? 😍➡️ Explore the map:
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Brigitte Lutz Nov 23
6. Community Meeting in Wien startet! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sean Davis Nov 21
Curated list of medical data for machine learning available on from and contributors.
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Mahar Lagmay Nov 19
Flood in Cagayan Valley as seen by radar. You can see the bottleneck in Alcala. Special thanks to Carmille Escape of the UP NOAH Center and Sentinel .
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Mike Wulder Nov 17
Wow! Now available, the Copernicus 30-meter global Digital Elevation Model (), referred to as GLO-30. Yes, 30 m global. Also includes additional value added attribution and quality reporting. Very nice!
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Hans van der Kwast Nov 23
Day 24: Elevation. The in Joy Division Unknown Pleasures style. You can clearly see the ice-pushed ridges from the Saalien ice age. : from . Made with .
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Naveen Francis Nov 24
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European Data Portal Nov 25
We are celebrating five years of ! Many thanks to our followers and viewers. Looking forward to collaborating and discussing with you in the future! Read our feature highlight and discover updates from the EDP version 3.1 here:
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ATLAS Experiment 9h
Interested in ATLAS but not sure where to start? Check out our new series of tutorials on YouTube! You'll learn: - how to interact with ATLAS Open Data without downloading files or writing code - how to analyse particle physics collision data - and much more 🔍
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Conservation Ontario Nov 20
. has utilized the Story Map application to highlight their greatest achievements for 2020 - keeping their organization connected by developing new applications and creating innovative solutions.
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Tim Dutton Nov 19
The team at are actual rock stars - this level of rigour, openness, and reliability makes public policy better and helps educate everyone with the latest information that we have
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Graham Smith Nov 24
some excellent points from on how taking an international focus in data repository resources, rather than a national focus, can benefit culture
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Nimalika Fernando Nov 19
lightening talks at Perth Hub is really cool with many stories of in field guides , gov data to indigenous mapping!
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Winnipeg Trails Nov 23
Miigwech! Today we're using from to track local sugar maples by trunk size, linking locations w staff & nearby volunteers, hoping for good genetics for our very special tree project along trails. Oh the weird but awesome things we get to do...
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Mike Gifford Nov 19
This looks like a great opportunity to learn how people can find in
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Leander Seige Nov 20
The was awarded the Open Library Badge 2020 for its commitment to Software and !
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Smart City Innovation Nov 24
Our open data guidance for is now available to enable city partners to use a harmonized approach from preparation of publication, publication and reuse of the data by the end-user / reuser Find out more:
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Andreas Staub Nov 20
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Asa M Larsson Nov 23
Replying to @sharonmleon
I am very happy the keynotes of are recorded because the presentation of was so interesting I wanted to write notes and listen attentively at the same time which was hard. Linked data/URI as a way of communicating complexity, share your data!
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Ian Watt Nov 18
Still doing great work making this understandable. 👏👏
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