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Indicateurs de développement humain Rapport sur le développement humain 2013, Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement Les données utilisées pour calculer l'Indice de développement humain (IDH) et autres indices composites présentés dans le Rapport sur le développement humain ... Public Data Explorer
New open data platform launches New open data platform launches Open data is everywhere. However, open data initiatives often manifest as mere CSV dumps on a forlorn web page. Junar, Lunfardo (Argentina slang) for "to know" or "to view," seeks to help government and organizations take the guesswork out of developing their own software for such efforts. Their open data platform allows organizations to collect and select their data, publish it, create reports and dashboards, and share their data online. The solution can be hosted or integrated into the organization's website, and the data can be made open or for internal use only.
“Junar has been the right partner, helping our government data to be accessible to a wide range of stakeholders” “Junar allowed us to easily open the data, generate innovation and citizen participation” “Junar enables governments to gain transparency and public trust” “We are trusting Junar with our nation-wide Open Data initiative” “Opening our data with Junar is easy and fast” “Can’t say enough good things about you and your staff and this really feature rich affordable solution that we have delivered for the City!”

Junar · The Open Data Platform

Junar · The Open Data Platform

30 Places to Find Open Data on the Web

Finding an interesting data set and a story it tells can be the most difficult part of producing an infographic or data visualization. Data visualization is the end artifact, but it involves multiple steps – finding reliable data, getting the data in the right format, cleaning it up (an often underestimated step in the amount of time it takes!) and then finding the story you will eventually visualize. 30 Places to Find Open Data on the Web
Data protector … the Royal Mail still owns all postcode information. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Bad things happen when problems are protected by a forcefield of tediousness. Here is an example. Data is the fabric of the modern world: just like we walk down pavements, so we trace routes through data, and build knowledge and products out of it. The government has lots of data that has already been collected, because it has needed it to run the country properly: simple stuff like maps, postcode areas, land ownership, procurement data, endless weather readings, and so on. There's a wealth of data out there – why not let us use it? | Ben Goldacre | Comment is free There's a wealth of data out there – why not let us use it? | Ben Goldacre | Comment is free
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Cartographie de l’information : gadget ou outil d’entreprise ? »

Cartographie de l’information : gadget ou outil d’entreprise ? »

Les points de même couleur et proches représentent des individus ayant des similarités (lieu de travail, entreprise par exemple) et / ou partageant un ensemble contacts en commun. http://inmaps.linkedinlabs.com/network Alors que l’on parle souvent de surabondance de l’information et que l’on cherche des remèdes pour diminuer ou minimiser ce flux d’information, la cartographie peut être un premier élément de réponse. Sans résoudre le fond du problème – s’il en est vraiment un – la cartographie de l’information dispose de plusieurs atouts face à des stocks et des flux d’information qui sont de plus en plus importants.
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Europe: PublicData.eu

Europe: PublicData.eu
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