OpenGovData.org Yhdistetty avoin tieto Suomessa -- Linked Open Data in Finland - Semantic Computing Research Group (SeCo) Perjantai 26.3.2010, Aalto-yliopisto, TUAS-talo, sali AS2, klo 9:00-12:15 Tiedon arvo kasvaa sitä avoimesti verkossa julkaisemalla ja yhdistelemällä! Puhujina mm. ministeri Suvi Lindén, toimitusjohtaja Mikael Jungner, Sitran kehitysjohtaja Ossi Kuittinen ja muita alan asiantuntijoita. Lehdistötiedote Esitelmien kalvot ja muistiinpanot: Ohjelma ja julkistukset Ohjelmassa esitellään avoimen tiedon ja yhdistetyn tiedon mahdollisuuksia, periaatteita, merkitystä ja tekniikkaa näkökulmina tietoyhteiskunnat tarpeet, valtiotason tietoarkkitehtuurit, innovaatiotoiminta, elinkeinoelämä sekä uudet web-teknologiat. Tilaisuudessa julkistetaan semanttisen webin FinnONTO-hankkeen uusi laaja jatkovaihe FinnONTO 2.0 (2010-2012), kerrotaan kansallisesta valtiotason tietoarkkitehtuurit -hankkeesta ja esitellään uusi liikenne- ja viestintäministeriön raportti tiedon avaajille. Avoin tieto -- Open Data Yhdistetty tieto -- Linked Data Avoimen tiedon idea ei ota kantaa siihen, miten tieto julkaistaan. Lisätietoja
Data.gov Where to Find Open Data on the Web Today, a story on Techmeme caught our eye. It was entitled "We Need a Wikipedia for data," and the article, written by X-Googler Bret Taylor, discussed the difficulty of finding open data sets on the internet, something which could spur innovation, allowing programmers to build new applications the likes of which have never been seen before. What was interesting about this story, in addition to, obviously, the concept of a Data Wiki itself, was the amazing and insightful commentary around this concept, not just on the blog, but all over the net, something which led to the discovery of some pretty good data sources that are already available. In Bret's story, he mentioned some of the common data sources currently available, like the US Census Bureau's map data and the Reuters corpus, but his commenters came up with a few more. (See? This is why blog comments matter). In addition, as CNet and Ryan Stewart's blog spread the story, more people chimed in with suggestions. Infochimps.org Jigsaw
COMET Welcome to the CoMET website CoMET is a programme of international railway benchmarking. It is made up of a consortium of large metro systems from around the world - Beijing, Berlin, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Santiago, Shanghai, Sao Paulo and Taipei. The four main objectives of CoMET are: 1. 2. 3. 4. All the group’s activities are determined by the member organisations. All CoMET Benchmarking Group activities are carried out within a framework of confidentiality. Open Data Kit EarthTrends | Environmental Information Open Data Group | Open Data builds predictive models over big data.
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific OS OpenData - Ordnance Survey OS OpenData™ offers a wide range of digital map products which you can freely view or download, for use in both personal and commercial applications. Coverage Small scale - national Data use Backdrop Address and location Land and height Roads and logistics Data format Raster Vector There are over 10 quality assured, continuously updated products, from postcodes and boundaries to digital maps, providing a one-stop shop to start using our products. OS OpenData can be used with other open datasets available on data.gov.uk and from other sources to enhance your existing data or applications. The OS OpenData products Please click on a product name to find out more about the product or use the links in the table to view or order an individual product. Share your ideas Why not discuss your ideas or questions with other customers on the OS OpenData forum. The OS OpenData Licence The OS OpenData licence allows you to use the OS OpenData datasets in any way and for any purpose.
ited Nations Statistics Division New York, 1 June 2016 - The chair of the Statistical Commission, Ms. Wasmalia Bivar of Brazil, addressed the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) on 1 June during its Coordination and Management Meeting. Ms. Bivar, who provided her briefing by videolink, informed the Council that the Statistical Commission at its last session in March had agreed “as a practical starting point” on a global indicator framework, which had been developed by the Inter-agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IAEG-SDGs). She also informed the Council of the recent work of the High-level Group for Partnership, Coordination and Capacity-Building for statistics for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the plans for a first UN World Data Forum to be held in Capetown, South Africa, in January 2017. The presentation (English, Spanish) was followed by a short Q&A session.