Open Data Cities: Sheffield

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  • On the face of it, it’s not for lack of effort. This chart shows approximate man-hours invested since first trying to engage the local authorities. How does this compare with other open data cities? By comparison, the level of engagement from the council with the open data community in Sheffield has been low and steadily declining. What’s clear is the amount of effort that has been going into driving the initiative in Sheffield isn’t sustainable.
  • Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/morville/3220108745/
  • Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/4326395585/
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  • 1. opendata.thegisthub.net @opensheffield #ods @jagusti [email_address]
  • 2. > whois ods
    • Role
    • Active Citizen
    • Journalist
    • Designer
    • Software Developer
    • Data Asset Owner
    • Public Sector Agent
    • Entrepreneur
    • Other
    • Nov 2010
    • ****
    • ****
    • *
    • **********
    • *
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    Mar 2011 * * ******* * ** Command Line Time-Phased Histogram
  • 3. Openly geeky about … Chromatic Pie Stories and Transparency Innovation and creativity Governance Technical aspects
  • 4. Finding common ground
    • Service Providers
    • Technologists
    • Citizens
    • Efficiency
    • Innovation
    • Transparency
    Abstract metaphor
  • 5. The compact remit
    • keep pace with the agenda
    • understand the technology
    • share know-how
    • improve data literacy
    • guide policy
    • make cool stuff
    • make stuff cool
    Representational metaphor
  • 6. Roadmap Expressionist Gantt #ihd #thd11 #ods cop #pdc datastore data audit policy release data laundry
  • 7. Sweat equity Stacked Area Chart
  • 8. Scope of GIST Exploding Pie
  • 9. Geek driven Heat Spectrum Bubble Chart Sample from >200 events produced Sep 2008 – Apr 2011 Size: length of event Height: elapsed time to produce Red intensity: complexity of production
  • 10. Direct relationships Relationship Map SYPTE SCC ODS community
  • 11. Momentum Informational Signage
  • 12. End
  • 13. Notes
    • Finding common ground Symbiotic pools. Jim H. http://www.flickr.com/photos/greyloch/5389921505/
    • The compact remit Moonboat #). greenuk http://www.flickr.com/photos/greenuk/2574065888/
    • Roadmap Plans . Peter Morville. http://www.flickr.com/photos/morville/3220968572/
    • Direct relationships Concept Maps. Peter Morville. http://www.flickr.com/photos/morville/3220108745/
    • Momentum Please Stand By. James Vaughan. http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/4326395585/
    • End Geekery is the Social Capital of Britain. Paul Downey. http://www.flickr.com/photos/psd/3699406174/
    • Original content and visualisations © 2011 Jag Goraya. License: CC-BY-SA.
    • Produced for OpenTech. 21 May 2011. Session: Open Data Cities.
    • Visualisation Index
    • Command line time-phased histogram
    • Chromatic pie
    • Abstract metaphor
    • Representational metaphor
    • Expressionist Gantt
    • Stacked area chart
    • Exploding pie
    • Heat spectrum bubble chart
    • Relationship map
    • Informational signage