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What exactly do data scientists do? | #datascience

What exactly do data scientists do? | #datascience | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
They find truth, intrigue and drama in what is dry-as-dust information to us, says Shraddha Uchil, who met a few of these cyberspace alchemists. - Lifestyle dna

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So what skills would a person need to become a good data scientist?

 

Academically, a basic foundation in computer science, mathematics and statistics is sufficient, says Bhattacharji. However, the  alchemy of these skills is what differentiates the boys from the men.

 

Agreeing with him, Harsh Singhal, a data scientist at LinkedIn, says, “Data scientists come from multi-disciplinary backgrounds. They can code, create visuals, convert data into products and they can tell stories.” In other words, a data scientist has to be a storyteller. Data science is all about being curious and spotting trends by looking beyond the obvious.

 

Say, for instance, Flipkart, arguably India's most popular e-commerce portal, wants to know which of its customers are most likely to commit credit card frauds. How do they go about it? “If you look at a customer's files, all the raw data is available,” says Regunath B, the principal architect at Flipkart. But what’s just raw data to the unskilled is a juicy bag of information to a data scientist. And here’s where he works his magic.

 

“A data scientist uses algorithms to predict possible fraud, and keeps the company updated,” he adds. Thus, a data scientist must be able to understand problems from the business' perspective.

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Big Government Opens Big Database For Cancer Research | #opendata #health

Big Government Opens Big Database For Cancer Research | #opendata #health | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
For those of us without degrees in molecular biology, the idea of "personalized medicine" – or PM – can often seem like a vague and distant concept. In this case, the Wikipedia definition of PM is pretty good: Personalized medicine or PM is a medical...
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Personalized medicine or PM is a medical model that proposes the customization of healthcare – with medical decisions, practices, and/or products being tailored to the individual patient. The use of genetic information has played a major role in certain aspects of personalized medicine, and the term was even first coined in the context of genetics (though it has since broadened to encompass all sorts of personalization measures). To distinguish from the sense in which medicine has always been inherently “personal” to each patient, PM commonly denotes the use of some kind of technology or discovery enabling a level of personalization not previously feasible or practical. Wikipedia.org Definition of Personalized Medicine

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Crawford PhD - Online productivity tools for study and research | #elearning #ples

Crawford PhD - Online productivity tools for study and research | #elearning #ples | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it

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Research management tools
Productivity tools overview
Documents, slideshows, and spreadsheets
Dropboxes
To-do lists
Calendars
Online bookshelves

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Data Wrangling with Open Source Tools | #opensource #dataviz

Data wrangling with open source tools Tony Hirst Dept of Communication & Systems The Open University, UK

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NYC Youth Hackers Use #OpenData - Socrata | #hackathon

NYC Youth Hackers Use #OpenData - Socrata | #hackathon | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Last weekend, dozens of young hackers and coders took part in an age 18-and-under open data hackathon known as Young Rewired State – New York City. Young Rewired State (YRS) is the youth-focused branch of ...
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Last weekend, dozens of young hackers and coders took part in an age 18-and-under open data hackathon known as Young Rewired State – New York City.  Young Rewired State (YRS) is the youth-focused branch of Rewired State, a network of software developers, engineers and civic activists based in the United Kingdom. YRS New York City, held at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, was YRS’ first-ever youth coding event held abroad, and precedes similar events to be held in Berlin, Joannesburg, Aarhaus and San Francisco later this year.  

Volunteer mentors with design, coding, or data experience also attended the event, assisting teams throughout the weekend with idea refinement, code debugging, and beautification. And, a graphics bar staffed by graphic designers delivered turnkey, web-ready images for those teams who requested them. Mentors included teachers, professional software developers, and members of Mozilla’s Hive, a local youth education outreach group that also co-sponsored the event.  

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Hacker Scrapes Public Facebook Data - Why We Need To Check Default Settings | #privacy

Hacker Scrapes Public Facebook Data - Why We Need To Check Default Settings | #privacy | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Facebook Privacy settings have long been maligned for their complexity and arguably 'anti-private' default positions. There have been many instances when information that was believed to have been ...
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Facebook Privacy settings have long been maligned for their complexity and arguably ‘anti-private’ default positions. There have been many instances when information that was believed to have been kept private had somehow become public, with disastrous results for some people.

This week has seen two separate incidents whereby Facebook users have had cause for concern about the public availability of their contact details. The first was the software bug that accidentally exposed 6 million users’ contact info via a bizarre combination of the ‘People You May Know’ and ‘Download Your Information’ features [you can read more on that  in a separate blog - Facebook Bug Inadvertently Exposes Contact Details Of 6 Million Users].

 

The second, however, highlights the need for us all to pay greater attention to the default settings of social networks we use when it comes to personal privacy. A mobile developer in the USA was able to search and download 2.5 million entries of phone numbers from Facebook by exploiting the Graph Search feature that is still being rolled out world-wide.

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Dataconnexions competition awards best #OpenData uses for tourism

Dataconnexions competition awards best #OpenData uses for tourism | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
The award ceremony of the third Dataconnexions competition by the Etalab Mission and numerous partners took place on Monday 24 June. The awards recognized the best uses of public data, especially those in t (Dataconnexions competition awards best ...
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The award ceremony of the third Dataconnexions competition by the Etalab Mission and numerous partners took place on Monday 24 June. The awards recognized the best uses of public data, especially those in the service of tourism and economic development around tourism.


- See more at: http://epsiplatform.eu/content/dataconnexions-competition-awards-best-open-data-uses-tourism#sthash.U3UWWQo3.dpuf

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Réutilisation des données publiques : des promesses vertigineuses - Lagazette.fr | #opendata

Réutilisation des données publiques : des promesses vertigineuses - Lagazette.fr | #opendata | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Peu de collectivités se sont à ce jour lancées dans l’open data. Pourtant, la réutilisation des données publiques, qui est un droit depuis 2005, est riche de potentiels pour l’enrichissement ...

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The Concept of Data Ownership | #dataawareness #privacy

The Concept of Data Ownership | #dataawareness #privacy | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
The controversy around the NSA’s recently exposed surveillance program has triggered an important public debate about user privacy and Big Data transparency, according to Tresata founder Abhishek Mehta.

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In Mehta’s view, the discussion around the positive applications of Big Data is hollow if user privacy is not being addressed. Individuals and organizations need to know who owns their data, who has access to it, and what can be done with it. He stresses that it’s impossible to argue for or against PRISM or any other application of Big Data without thinking through these issues.

 

Feledy asks Mehta to elaborate on the concept of data ownership. He provide his definition, which he says is one of several. The way Mehta sees it, big tech firms possess ‘pools’ of user data. Amazon is the “purchasing cloud of information,” Facebook is the “social cloud of information,” and so on. Consumers entrust these companies with their data, but they don’t necessarily know who owns it, and more importantly, they can’t access all of it from one place because the technology required to do so is not yet available. Much of this also applies to private organizations, which generate large amounts of sensitive information that can easily fall into the hands of third parties.

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Spark: Open Source "Superstar" and the Future of Big Data - Wired | #bigdata #opensource

Spark: Open Source "Superstar" and the Future of Big Data - Wired | #bigdata #opensource | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Wired Spark: Open Source Superstar Rewrites Future of Big Data Wired After reinventing not only the web but the world of business software, the sweeping software platform — a means of crunching vast amounts of data across thousands of computer...
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Teaming with a particularly ambitious group of computer scientists from the University of California at Berkeley, Sriharsha is installing a new data crunching platform inside the massive data centers that drive Yahoo’s still enormous online empire. This software platform is called Spark, and according to those who built it and use it, it’s about 100 times faster than the mighty Hadoop — and could very well replace Hadoop as the stuff that fuels the modern web.

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Infographic: #Databrokers have 1500 unique data points about you | #dataawareness #privacy

Infographic: #Databrokers have 1500 unique data points about you | #dataawareness #privacy | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
I thought this was an interesting representation of the current state of personal data collection.
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Consider how many more pieces of data credit card companies, social networks, search engines and data aggregators have than the paltry 1500 that data brokers have. With all of this personal data out there, how much privacy do we really have?

 

- See more at: http://leaderswest.com/2013/06/08/infographic-data-brokers-have-1500-unique-data-points-about-you/#sthash.zyuEUskE.dpuf

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What is Hadoop? | #bigdata #dataviz

http://www.intricity.com/ Come discover how Google and Facebook handle their mountains of data. And how you will soon be processing your mounds of data in th...

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#OpenData Privacy | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog | #privacy #data

#OpenData Privacy | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog | #privacy #data | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it

Traditionally, the Open Knowledge Foundation has worked to open non-personal data – things like publicly-funded research papers, government spending data, and so on. Where individual data was a part of some shared dataset, such as a census, great amounts of thought and effort had gone in to ensuring that individual privacy was protected and that the aggregate data released was a shared, communal asset. - See more at: http://blog.okfn.org/2013/08/27/open-data-privacy/#sthash.JoSN7SFm.dpuf


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Both open data and big data are hot topics right now, and at such times it is tempting for organisations to get involved in such topics without necessarily thinking through all the issues. The intersection of big data and open data is somewhat worrying, as the temptation to combine the economic benefits of open data with the current growth potential of big data may lead to privacy concerns being disregarded. Privacy International are right to draw attention to this in their recent article on data for development, but of course other domains are affected too.

Today, we’d like to suggest some terms to help the growing discussion about open data and privacy.

 

Our Data is data with no personal element, and a clear sense of shared ownership. Some examples would be where the buses run in my city, what the government decides to spend my tax money on, how the national census is structured and the aggregate data resulting from it. At the Open Knowledge Foundation, our default position is that our data should be open data – it is a shared asset we can and should all benefit from.

 

My Data is information about me personally, where I am identified in some way, regardless of who collects it. It should not be made open or public by others without my direct permission – but it should be “open” to me (I should have access to data about me in a useable form, and the right to share it myself, however I wish if I choose to do so).

 

Transformed Data is information about individuals, where some effort has been made to anonymise or aggregate the data to remove individually identified elements.

 

- See more at: http://blog.okfn.org/2013/08/27/open-data-privacy/#sthash.nDxKIpCv.dpuf

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#OpenData Tools: Turning Data into ‘Actionable Intelligence’ | #datascience

#OpenData Tools: Turning Data into ‘Actionable Intelligence’ | #datascience | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
My previous two articles were on open access and open data. They conveyed major changes that are underway around the globe in the methods by which scientific an

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The truth is, many scientists are routinely employed in hacking their own programs to link measuring equipment, data analysis, and visualization together and my best guess is that they would benefit from more end-to-end integrative open source software systems development.

 

While by no means exhaustive, I compiled a list linking to 349 subject specific tools and 123 general tools that are useful for all of this newly available open data. Certainly, some if not all of the tools in this list might have its quality rated according to the eight aforementioned standards.

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The Future is Data | #dataviz #opendata

The Future is Data | #dataviz #opendata | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it

At a time when journalism is undergoing a profound crisis as a result of the rise of social networks, financing difficulties, and increasing layoffs in the media industry, the 1st Data Journalism Conference organised by the Spanish chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation opened up a new direction for the profession; a future that paradoxically goes back to its origins: to the search for new sources, to objective accounts of events and to data analysis.


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Mar Cabra, an investigative journalist specialising in data journalism and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), began her presentation by quoting The Guardian’s motto: “Facts are sacred”. And indeed, there is no room for opinion in data journalism, which simply consists of the facts and the objective information that can be extracted from the data. Cabra mentioned three examples of organisations that work with data – Sunlight Foundation, MySociety and Civio Citizen Foundation – and discussed several examples of journalistic stories put together using data, including:

Tu tasa de paro: “your unemployment rate”, a website that analyses Spain’s official unemployment figures released by the National Institute of Statistics, and calculates the unemployment rate for the profile entered by the user. The idea was inspired by a similar project developed in New York.España en llamas: “Spain in flames”, based on data from the Ministry of Agriculture, this map show all the fires recorded in Spain between 2001 and 2010. A project developed by Civio with the help of crowdfunding.How riot rumours spread on Twitter: a remarkable graphic analysis produced by The Guardian, which shows how a rumour is born and dies. This example studies the rumours spread through Twitter during the 2011 London riots.Dollars for docs: a project by ProPublica, a US-based data journalists association, which analyses the money that pharmaceutical companies give to general practitioners. Essential information that can shed light on why a doctor prescribes a particular drug, what pharmaceutical companies give doctors the most money, and so on.WhoKnowsWho: a project by British TV’s Channel 4 that shows the connections between people in positions of power and reveals the relationships between them.Qué hacen los diputados: a project – that continues to seek funds through crowdfunding – which allows users to keep tabs on what Catalan MPs do in Parliament: what they vote, the proposals they make, and so on.

Mar Cabra (whose presentation, in Spanish, is available here) raised the need for collaboration between journalists and programmers – an observation that would keep coming up throughout the conference. Journalists need somebody to help them tell their story graphically and to analyse the data, and programmers need somebody to find the story hidden among all that data. So how is the data obtained in the first place? Some clues can be found in blogs such as The Guardian Datablog, La Nación Data Blog, Information is beautiful, (Re)Structuring Journalism, Between the spreadsheets and Spreadsheet Journalism.

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An interesting look at the current state of data journalism.

Fàtima Galan's curator insight, July 16, 2013 4:31 AM

Great summary about the speakers talk given on the 1st Data Journalism Conference by Mar Cabra, Eva Belmonte, John Burn-Murdoch and Manuel Aristarán.
Through the data analysis today we can speak about Data Journalism, Smart Cities, Open Government. The use and exploitation of any data source, proprietary or external (Open Data or not), shows a change that allows processes for understand what happens and the development of others oriented to the business. The companies are the main interested on the acquisition and exploitation of this data to gain competitive advantage. But they aren’t the only ones able to use this data. Users can also maximize the creation and use of information for the creation and development of politics that allows a better management of our resources and benefits for the citizens.

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What Kind Of #DataScientist Are You? | #datascience

What Kind Of #DataScientist Are You? | #datascience | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
OReilly just surveyed 250 data scientists about their skills and came up with the four types of data scientistand one shocking outside finding.

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So who are these new data scientists?


A Data Businessperson is focused on how data insights can affect a company’s bottom line or “translates P-values into profits”. This group seems very similar to the old-school Data Analyst, whose skills have sometimes been unjustly discounted in the pursuit of the more fashionable Data Scientist. In fact, only about a quarter of this group described themselves as Data Scientists. Nearly a quarter are female, a much higher proportion than the other types, and they are most likely to have an MBA, have managed other employees or started a business.

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Open data for #agriculture | #dataviz #opendata

Open data for #agriculture | #dataviz #opendata | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Most of the research results published by agricultural researchers are in English journals and as a result useful information is not reaching farmers.
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o build a bridge between agricultural research and farmers, Philip Parker and his team at INSEAD, a business graduate school with campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, is developing Toto Agriculture with partners such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Grameen Foundation, Farmer Voice Radio and Farm Radio International. Toto Agriculture is an online collection of localised agriculture-related information such as weather forecasts, soil health, planting tips and pest management. It is an agricultural content engine that uses more than 750 sources of agricultural knowledge to produce on-demand information in as many as 60 different formats.   

 

Most importantly, the combination of structured and unstructured data available in various formats – text, audio, video, calendar, charts and maps – on Toto Agriculture has also been translated into over 100 languages. Farmers, community knowledge and extension workers, rural radio hosts and agricultural call centres can use Toto Agriculture from any desktop computer with an internet connection and extract data for any of the 180 countries represented. It is even possible to filter some data themes by state or province or other smaller entities.

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Launching the #OpenData Directory | Open Data Directory Community Group | #linkeddata

Launching the #OpenData Directory | Open Data Directory Community Group | #linkeddata | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Launching the Open Data Directory http://t.co/eeaDrnm0Et via @ivan_herman
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In an effort to help Open Data projects flourish, recently a small team of open data developers created an open, free, international directory. As of June 2013, the Open Data Directoryshowcases organizations in at least 8 countries from over 25 organizations who are publishing Open Data on the Web using a Linked Data approach.  The Directory includes 46 products and 20 organizations providing Open Data services.  There are hundreds if not thousands of additional projects using Open Data and in due course we hope they’ll add a directory listing to their organizations and projects.

How does it work?  The Directory is a purely Linked Data application and not another “walled garden”.  No login or password is required.   

 

Organizations are responsible for publishing their ownLinked Data for the Directory to consume.  The Directory includes some basic visualizations that are expected to expand over time.  The team of volunteer developers who created the Directory are long time contributors to Open Web Standards and Open Source projects that are used by over a thousand international scientific research institutions, university libraries and federal governments worldwide.

 

Using the the Open Data Directory, anyone can read about a product, service or project and then  reach out to a person affiliated with an authority, company or research institution.  We believe that if people can connect with other people to sharing use cases, best practices and  websites that are data-driven, then open data projects will be easier to define, justify and budget for the benefit of citizens around the world.

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This is so important...

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Call For Papers - 2013 West | #BigData Expo

Call For Papers - 2013 West | #BigData Expo | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Cloud Computing (Big Data Expo Silicon Valley Call for Papers Now Open Through July 31, 2013 ▸ http://t.co/wt5CM6WV4Z
#Cloud #BigData #CloudComputing #SDN)...
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Topics will include:

Cloud EnablementBringing Chargeback to the CloudConsumption-Based BillingJava in the CloudCloud-Based ComplianceCloud Federation and IntercloudVirtual Private SaaS (VPS)Hardware as a ServiceSaaS, PaaS, and IaaSGreen ITApplication PortabilityAutomationMobilityHigh-Performance ComputingCloudsourcingGrid SoftwareCloud-Delivered TestingCloud Lock-in vs. Cloud InteroperabilityWeb-scale ComputingIn-Cloud Data EncryptionCloud-Delivered SecurityCloud ReliabilityCloud Serviceability and ArchitectureElastic ComputingSecure Cloud ComputingCloud ManagementCloud DatabasesPrivate vs. Public CloudsCloud Computing & SOAScalabilityInternal CloudsCloud AnalyticsCloud Computing & SMBsCloud ApplicationsEnterprise Cloud OrchestrationFabric ComputingEclipse & Cloud ComputingHPC in the CloudCloudburstingMulti-Cloud WorldCloud InternetworkingVirtual Private Inter-Cloud
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Rise of the number-crunchers – London's new #OpenData Institute has £10m, ten startups and big plans

Rise of the number-crunchers – London's new #OpenData Institute has £10m, ten startups and big plans | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
Got a great idea for a business but can't access the data to make it happen? The Open Data Institute – an ambitious new organisation headquartered in a 5,000 square feet space in East London – might be able to help.

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Got a great idea for a business but can’t access the data to make it happen? The Open Data Institute – an ambitious new organisation headquartered in a 5,000 square feet space in East London – might be able to help.

The ODI, founded in 2012 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee (the ”godfather of the worldwide web”) and artificial intelligence pioneer Sir Nigel Shadbolt, is run by experienced entrepreneur Gavin Starks. It’s not-for-profit – so far, it’s mostly backed by £10 million in UK public funding and another $750,000 from US investment firm Omidyar Network.

Data-driven startup incubator

Part of the ODI’s work happens directly with startups. It runs an incubator that provides the usual mix of mentorship, office space and other support, with ten companies accepted so far. “We are looking to support ideas that create economic, environmental, and social value,” the company’s website explains. “It’s not just about creating venture-backed, exit-focused startups: we will prioritise those who create the biggest impact (cf: work on stuff that matters).”

One company in the programme, Honest Buildings, an online marketplace and discovery portal for real estate projects, just closed a $5.5m Series A funding round. Another,Mastodon C, recently helped uncover £200m in potential savings for the UK’s NHS. A third, OpenCorporates, is building the world’s largest open database for company infomation.

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Ouverture des données publiques : et l’Open Data pour la recherche ? (Inra) | #opendata #openscience

Intervention à la Journée d'étude "Les enjeux de l'Open Access pour la recherche" du 17 juin 2013 à Agropolis International, Montpellier. Retrouvez toutes les présentations…

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#OpenData in Canada | data.gc.ca

#OpenData in Canada | data.gc.ca | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
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Many cities and provinces throughout Canada have launched their own Open Data sites.

 

Below is an integrated map of Canada’s provincial and municipal Open Data sites that have been created to release freely available open data in Canada. If you know of a Canadian provincial or municipal Open Data site that is not listed below, please contact us to have it added.

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Big Data - IBM's Machine Data Accelerator

http://www.ibm.com/bigdata/ Dirk de Roos, IBM's technical sales lead for Big Data discusses the Machine Data Accelerator, a set of building blocks designed t...
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#opengob : En Maldonado: Municipio inaugura #Abredatos | #opendata

#opengob : En Maldonado: Municipio inaugura #Abredatos | #opendata | Public Datasets - Open Data - | Scoop.it
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Abredatos es un Software creado en el Municipio de Maldonado, cuyo cometido es extraer, anonimizar y publicar Datos Abiertos de Gobierno, para lograr una gestión cada vez más transparente.

 

Este sistema, que permite liberar datos abiertos conforme a la Ley 18.381, se liberará como Software Público para que pueda servir también en otras entidades públicas y privadas. Puede ser usado, estudiado y modificado libremente sin necesidad de pagar licencias.

 

En la instancia de lanzamiento se presentarán dos nuevos datasets de Datos Abiertos de Gobierno, creados con la herramienta Abredatos (Archivo de Noticias de Prensa, y Archivo de Reclamos Municipales con georreferenciación).

 

El sistema podrá ser compartido por todos los Municipios, Intendencias, Juntas Departamentales, Entes Públicos, Escuelas Públicas del país, o de cualquier otro sitio del mundo.

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