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CERN Open Data Jul 18
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1827marketing Jul 18
In case you missed it, check out " Tech Tonic Talks to the Open Data Institute ()"
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Open Science Jul 16
"If the data has been acquired under public funding, then it should belong to the public once you’ve published. Yes, you worked hard to get it. But the public paid you to do so." — infographic CC-BY
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Sunlight Open Cities Jul 17
Join our team! We're looking for a Project Manager to help coordinate technical assistance on & community engagement with city govts across the U.S. Learn more:
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aimee whitcroft Jul 18
Trying to remember the last time I was on the WRL line and it wasn’t a bit to very late... Ahem, - surely this situation is improveable. If you released the you and GWRC have been promising to for years, I bet we (people using these services) could help...
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CoST 18h
Huge congratulations to the team who won the Taiwan Presidential Hackathon!! Together they created the winning pitch on using for . Another huge triumph for !
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Sunlight Open Cities Jul 16
Cities looking for independent & candid guidance on issues are often met with products & sales pitches. So we challenged civic technologists & advocates at to help us center residents in the discussion:
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Ente Jul 20
If this is , where can I download the raw data for this?
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Kyle Kutuchief 16h
“From 2006 to 2012 there were 168,170,319 prescription pain pills, enough for 44 pills per person per year, supplied to Summit County, Ohio.” v Find the data where you live:
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Derilinx Jul 15
Ireland's Portal is now available in the Irish language
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Engineers Against Poverty 18h
Congratulations to who deliver winning pitch on for building at Presidential Hackathon, Taiwan! 🏆🍾🍾
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Chris Gorgolewski Jul 18
Making GitHub-hosted datasets discoverable by Google Dataset Search
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OpenLitterMap 18h
We can change human and institutional behaviour simply by sharing data
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Open Knowledge Nepal Jul 18
Open Knowledge Nepal cordially invites you for your gracious presence in the "Real-time Data Dashboard Launch program". Program Details Date: 28th July 2019 Time: 9:30 AM - 11: 30 AM Venue: Hotel Hardik, Bagbazar For more info and registration:
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John Bickerton Jul 19
Really great results from work experience group using this month. will be proud, they've achieved a lot in 2 weeks inc reviewing our stop predictions and service variability: "it's like trying to forecast the weather".
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Open Data Edmonton Jul 17
We try to run a tight ship to ensure the highest accuracy of City data and as such have created new metadata fields.
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pindec Jul 20
Replying to @agentCKL
... and special thanks to for expert Taiwan Presidential Hackathon wrangling *and* showing us some very delicious parts of Taipei :)
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Thomas Griessen Jul 19
I like this tweet on international exchange and data sharing!
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Dataphyte Jul 20
= . Access to Information or Data can benefit anyone for any number of purposes when there are no restrictions on access and usability.
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Aude Charillon Jul 20
Love the idea of "sonifying" library data sets - transforming them into music with Sonic Pi! Here's an example from today using computer usage figures at City Library (April 2008 onwards )
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