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    • A Quick Look Round CouncilData Stores
      Tony Hirst
      Department of Communication and Systems
      The Open University
    • data NOT information
    • Cf. syndication
    • 3
      DiscoverRequestReuse
    • Archival dataCurrent data
    • Verticals
    • Who’s the data for?
    • Does the data flow?
    • http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/package/births-and-fertility-rates
      http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/package/births-and-fertility-rates.csv
      http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/package/births-and-fertility-rates.xml
    • CSV
    • So CSV helps simple data flow…
    • =importData(“CSV_URL”)
    • The spreadsheet becomes A DATABASE
    • =userDefinedFormula()
    • KML
    • So KML helps geo-data flow…
    • Malleable data views
    • Can you query it?
    • query:
      :response
    • http://bit.ly/9sElKU
    • http://bit.ly/aiWnfe
    • Timely data…
    • Live data…
    • Linked Data™
    • Distinct identities?
    • So who speaks SPARQL?
    • Whose data is it anyway?
    • Eat your own dog food
    • Use YOUR data:- to power the council website- in everyday council operations- when working with organisations under council control
    • can I get council info as data?can I query the data?can I get the data out in a standard format?
    • Letter to Government departments on opening up data
      Monday 31 May 2010
    • Local government spending transparency
      New items of local government spending over £500 to be published on a council-by-council basis from January 2011.
      New local government contracts and tender documents for expenditure over £500 to be published in full from January 2011.
      Monday 31 May 2010
    • [T]he Deputy Prime Minister and I would be grateful if departments would take immediate action to meet this timetable for data transparency, and to ensure that any data published is made available in an open format so that it can be re-used by third parties. From July 2010, government departments and agencies should ensure that any information published includes the underlying data in an open standardised format.
    • Analog Synth Meeting
      by Todd Huffman
      The whiteboard
      by rh
      Question Mark and Arrow
      by laurakgibbs
      my office
      by moonpir
      Craft
      by Vicky Hugheston
      dog food
      by notto86
      Geocaching
      by William Hook
      Diners - Journal Canteen
      by avlxyz
    • http://ouseful.info@psychemedia