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Summary interoperability lightning talks
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Summary of the "Lightning Talks" (Interoperability part). Document by Jeanne Holm & Tariq Khokhar at the International Open Government Data Conference.

Summary of the "Lightning Talks" (Interoperability part). Document by Jeanne Holm & Tariq Khokhar at the International Open Government Data Conference.

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  • 1. 2012 INTERNATIONALOPEN GOVERNMENT DATACONFERENCE Best of the Lightning Talks (INTEROPERABILITY AND STANDARDS) Tariq Khokhar and Jeanne Holm @tkb and @JeanneHolm Organized by the World Bank and Data.gov
  • 2. INTEROPERABILITY AND STANDARDS2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 3. Advanced Technologies forOpen Government Data• Jim Hendler – Data mashups let us create linked data – Comparing US and China GDP example shows how multiple datasets create better data – Metadata gathers more information (Kenya water map) 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 4. Unlocking OrganizationalData• Jim Harbour – Need to turn locked data into intelligence to drive innovation – Metadata = Roadmap – Data Access API = Vehicle – Data Products = Destinations – Manufacturing in Michigan compared with manufacturing in California 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 5. Key Elements for OpenGovernment Accountability andInteroperability• Carlos E. Jimenez – Open metadata is strategic – Spain’s open data activities want to be a guide with good open practices at every point – Use agreed upon taxonomies, vocabularies, and open metadata 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 6. An Instant Open Data API• Chris Metcalf – Open data is messy – Developers receive very raw form of data – APIs are more developer friendly – Data augmentation simple with SODA – Easy to make maps with data (auto geospatial implementation) – Easily searchable 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 7. Publishing and Using Linked OpenGovernment Data with LODSPeaKr• Alvaro Graves• LODSPeaKr (Linked Open Data Simple Publishing Kit) – Tool to create webapps based on linked data – Users can define what and how data is displayed – Small learning curve 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS
  • 8. Computational Models forOpen Data• Roy Hyunjin Han – Need for computational science in the public sector – Not enough to publish results of the model, model itself needs to be accessible and available 2012 INTERNATIONAL OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA CONFERENCE—BEST OF THE LIGHTNING TALKS

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