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We fight the corrupting influence of money in politics
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Open Government countries ranking 2013 (based on OGP data) | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog

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Food Open Data Challenge question announced + applications open | Nesta

Food Open Data Challenge question announced + applications open | Nesta | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Find out more about the Food Open Data Challenge Question and learn about how to apply.
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OpenGov Voices: How open is your city's crime data?

OpenGov Voices: How open is your city's crime data? | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed by the guest blogger and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of the Sunlight Foundation or any employee thereof. Sunlight Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information within the guest blog. Brittany Suszan, SpotCrime. Image ...
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Opportunities for strengthening open meetings with open data

Opportunities for strengthening open meetings with open data | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Governments aren't alone in thinking about how open data can help improve the open meetings process. There are an increasing number of tools governments can use to help bolster open meetings with open data. From making public records generated by meetings more easily accessible and reusable online to inviting the ...
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Big data : plongez dans le grand bain ! | Archimag

Big data : plongez dans le grand bain ! | Archimag | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Les compétences des professionnels de l’information sont nécessaires aux projets de big data. Sur le terrain, des pratiques se développent et les grandes écoles proposent des formations à leurs futurs diplômés.
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OpenGov Voices: ZoningCheck - what works where?

OpenGov Voices: ZoningCheck - what works where? | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed by the guest blogger and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of the Sunlight Foundation or any employee thereof. Sunlight Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information within the guest blog. Peter Koht Co-Founder, OpenCounter. ...
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EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Commission encourages re-use of public sector data

EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Commission encourages re-use of public sector data | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
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A better way to present boring data - Visualizing data with Infograph Widgets -

A better way to present boring data - Visualizing data with Infograph Widgets - | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Using Visme infograph widgets you can more easily than traditional methods visualize data into engaging content to create infographics and presentations.
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Open BioMedical Initiative

Nonprofit Organization for LOW COST, OPEN SOURCE, 3D PRINTABLE BioMedical Technologies
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How to Make Government Data Sites Better

How to Make Government Data Sites Better | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
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The Business Case for Open Data | Omidyar Network

The Business Case for Open Data | Omidyar Network | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Martin Tisné, Omidyar Network’s director, policy (UK) and Nicholas Gruen, economist and CEO of Lateral Economics, unveiled today in Canberra the report, Open for Business.  It is the first study to quantify and illustrate the potential of Open Data to help achieve the G20’s economic growth target.  Martin makes the economic case for open data below.  
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How a Sensor-Filled World Will Change Human Consciousness

How a Sensor-Filled World Will Change Human Consciousness | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
How a world filled with sensors will change the way we see, hear, think and live
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MIT and Harvard release de-identified learning data from open online courses

MIT and Harvard release de-identified learning data from open online courses | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Dataset contains the original learning data from the 16 HarvardX and MITx courses offered in 2012-13.
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Open journalism also means opening up your data, so others can use and improve it

Open journalism also means opening up your data, so others can use and improve it | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Just as it does for the code behind software, opening up the data behind news stories and other forms of journalism has a number of benefits, including the fact that it’s easier to detect and fix errors — and it’s easier for others to expand and re-use the data
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The Discoverability Challenge – How Can We Make Research Data Easier to Find and Use?

The Discoverability Challenge – How Can We Make Research Data Easier to Find and Use? | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Enhancing the discoverability of public health and epidemiology research data is a key to ensuring that it gets more widely used. This was the topic of a recent workshop hosted by the London School...
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Wiley: The Responsive City: Engaging Communities Through Data-Smart Governance - Stephen Goldsmith, Susan Crawford

Wiley: The Responsive City: Engaging Communities Through Data-Smart Governance - Stephen Goldsmith, Susan Crawford | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
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Открытые данные города Казани

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Open Aid Partnership - Open Aid Map

Open Aid Partnership - Open Aid Map | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Open Aid Map - Visualizing the Geography of Aid. The Open Aid Partnership (OAP) brings together development partners, governments, civil society organizations, foundations, and the private sector to improve aid transparency and effectiveness. The OAP's goal is to collect and open up local development data to engage citizens and other stakeholders in evidence-based conversations on development.
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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Announces Expansion and Enhancement of Commerce Data Programs | Department of Commerce

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Announces Expansion and Enhancement of Commerce Data Programs | Department of Commerce | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Commerce.gov is the official website of the United States Department of Commerce and Secretary of Commerce
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visits

visits | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Explore and visualize your location histories. Share them with your friends and family.
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12 Data Storytelling Blogs to Follow | Capsidea Blog

12 Data Storytelling Blogs to Follow | Capsidea Blog | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
NYTimes: 2 to 1 - Germany and 1989 Recently Visual Loop posted 90 datavis tumbrl blogs to follow. For only covering Tumblr, this is a ton of blogs! But what are the best data blogs? That question was asked at Quora several years ago. At the moment, there are 50 answers with long lists of suggested blogs. It’s true, there are a lot of great blogs about data, analytics, statistics, data mining and data visualization but it is near-impossible to name the best. Everything depends on what you want to learn about. Within our product hypothesis confirmation process, we accumulate a huge list of data blogs to learn best practices and tools bloggers use to analyze and visualize data.  This research helped us to created the product that considers much of the tips and tricks data artists usually use. Now we’ve decided to share a list of data blogs we love. The list is arbitrary arranged and blogs are in no particular order. Dataviz artists and evangelists These blogs answer different questions
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Data papers | GBIF.ORG

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OpenGov Voices: How GitLaw turns the French parliamentary process into open data

OpenGov Voices: How GitLaw turns the French parliamentary process into open data | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed by the guest blogger and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of the Sunlight Foundation or any employee thereof. Sunlight Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information within the guest blog. Law is code! Over ...
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Government, Foundations Turn to Cash Prizes to Generate Solutions

Government, Foundations Turn to Cash Prizes to Generate Solutions | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
Competitions are now popular to stimulate innovative answers to vexing social and technological problems, a report finds.
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Open Humanities Awards celebrate innovative projects using open cultural data | Opensource.com

Open Humanities Awards celebrate innovative projects using open cultural data | Opensource.com | Open Government Daily | Scoop.it
The Open Humanities Awards encourage budding developers and humanities researchers to collaborate and start new projects that use open content and data, paving the way for a vibrant cultural and research commons to emerge.
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