Open Data Day 2014, Phnom Penh - PPT Deck

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My PPT Deck during #OpenDataDay 2014 in Phnom Penh.
Introducing OKFn and some useful tools to deal with data.

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  • 1. Open Data Day 2014, Phnom Penh Open Data And Useful Tools for Dealing with it PRESENTED BY OUM, Vantharith Local Ambassador (OKFn Cambodia) 22 February 2014
  • 2. Contents • • • About Open Data About Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFn) Useful Tools for Dealing with Data
  • 3. About Me Advocate for free and open knowledge • Education: • Projects I’m in:
  • 4. What is Open Data?
  • 5. What is Open Data? “Open data is data that can be FREELY used, reused and redistributed by ANYONE – subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and sharealike.” VIDEO Open Data: How We Got Here, and Where We’re Going. By RuFus Pollock, Founder of OKFn From the LIFT 2012 conference. Read more:
  • 6. Openness – Open Definition? Open Definition sets out in detail the requirements for ‘openness’ in relation to content & data w/ key features: • Availability & Access • Reuse & Redistribution • Universal Participation
  • 7. What Kinds of Open Data?
  • 8. The Free Knowledge Universe
  • 9. About OKFn Int’l NPO founded in 2004 by Rufus Pollock, Martin Keegan & Jo Walsh. Headquarter in Cambridge, UK. We build technology and communities to develop, disseminate and use open knowledge ─ content and data that everyone can use, share and build on.
  • 10. OKFn’s Flagship Projects
  • 11. More Projects
  • 12. Some Labs Projects
  • 13. The State of Open Data in Cambodia • • • • Open Data is still an unknown concept to many. Lack of understanding and awareness of open-licensing. Few ongoing projects w/ crowd-sourcing approach, e.g. Khmer Wikipedia community. However, a slow but optimistic development and open data trend among local stakeholders.
  • 14. Some Local Stakeholders in Cambodia Their site are open-licensed with Creative Commons licenses.
  • 15. Useful Tools for Dealing with Data • I found below PPT very useful, thus without reinventing the wheels, I will take you through the tools mentioned in that PPT. ‘Data Tools Ecosystem for non-programmers’ by Óscar Marín Miró @outliers_es
  • 16. Open Knowledge Foundation Cambodia Local Group @OKFnKH Vantharith OUM @vantharith