Russian open data and e-Government activist
Open Aid Partnership - Open Aid Map

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Open Aid Map - Visualizing the Geography of Aid. The Open Aid Partnership (OAP) brings together development partners, governments, civil society organizations, foundations, and the private sector to improve aid transparency and effectiveness. The OAP’s goal is to collect and open up local development data to engage citizens and other stakeholders in evidence-based conversations on development.

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OpenGov Voices: ZoningCheck - what works where?

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Disclaimer: The opinions expressed by the guest blogger and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of the Sunlight Foundation or any employee thereof. Sunlight Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information within the guest blog. Peter Koht Co-Founder, OpenCounter. …

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Announces Expansion and Enhancement of Commerce Data Programs | Department of Commerce

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Commerce.gov is the official website of the United States Department of Commerce and Secretary of Commerce

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EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Commission encourages re-use of public sector data
visits

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Explore and visualize your location histories. Share them with your friends and family.

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A better way to present boring data - Visualizing data with Infograph Widgets -

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Using Visme infograph widgets you can more easily than traditional methods visualize data into engaging content to create infographics and presentations.

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12 Data Storytelling Blogs to Follow | Capsidea Blog

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NYTimes: 2 to 1 - Germany and 1989 Recently Visual Loop posted 90 datavis tumbrl blogs to follow. For only covering Tumblr, this is a ton of blogs! But what are the best data blogs? That question was asked at Quora several years ago. At the moment, there are 50 answers with long lists of suggested blogs. It’s true, there are a lot of great blogs about data, analytics, statistics, data mining and data visualization but it is near-impossible to name the best. Everything depends on what you want to learn about. Within our product hypothesis confirmation process, we accumulate a huge list of data blogs to learn best practices and tools bloggers use to analyze and visualize data.  This research helped us to created the product that considers much of the tips and tricks data artists usually use. Now we’ve decided to share a list of data blogs we love. The list is arbitrary arranged and blogs are in no particular order. Dataviz artists and evangelists These blogs answer different questions

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Open BioMedical Initiative

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Nonprofit Organization for LOW COST, OPEN SOURCE, 3D PRINTABLE BioMedical Technologies

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Data papers | GBIF.ORG
How to Make Government Data Sites Better