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Getting started with (publishing) open data as an organisation.

Getting started with (publishing) open data as an organisation.

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    Getting started-with-open-data Getting started-with-open-data Presentation Transcript

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    • Getting started with Open Data Offer open data sets Organise app contests and hack days Build a hacker network Build an innovation network Be an innovative movement
    • 1) Choose data sets
      • Data sets you already publish
      • Produced by yourself
      • Easy to be made available
      • Check with stakeholders
      • Check privacy and security concerns
    • 2) Apply an open license
      • Determine intellectual property rights
      • Identify owners of data set
      • Choose an appropriate license
        • Open Database License
        • Creative Commons “Attribution Share-Alike”
        • Check www.opendefinition.org
      • Get approval of owners
    • 3) Make the data available
      • A dump of the database: once, regularly
      • An API: big data sets, real-time data
      • Select a proper format
      • 5-Star Scheme
        • Make it available under an open license
        • Make it available as structured data
        • Use a non-proprietary format
        • Use URIs to identify things to let others link to you
        • Link your data to other data sets
    • 4) Make the data discoverable
      • Link to it from your own website
      • Set up data.yourorganisation.org (or a page)
      • Add a link to open data registries
        • CKAN.net
        • IATIregistry.net
        • Search4dev
      • Announce to mailing lists, LinkedIn groups, etc
    • Principles
      • Keep it simple
      • Engage early and engage often
      • Address common fears and misunderstandings
      • Appoint dataset owners and connect them
      • Identify strategic areas to share data
      • Arrange licensing of materials by staff and contractors
      • Make “open formats” part of IT projects
    • Read more...
      • opendatamanual.org
      • opendefinition.org
      • opendatacommons.org
      • ckan.net
      • opendatasearch.org
    • ODDC Amsterdam, 12 and 13 May