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Another useful open data visualisation resource, this time from Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity. The Shelter Housing Database“brings together government data on housing need, supply, affordability and other issues at a local, regional and national level”, allowing you to produce graphs … Continue reading
The Birmingham Civic Dashboard is a neat project from the City Council that reports the requests made for services from the organisation and visualises them in interesting ways, such as by plotting them on a map. It was funded by … Continue reading
I had a fun day yesterday at the Civil Service Fast Stream conference, which was focusing on big society type stuff. I was running a session on open government, with a concentration on open data. As a bit of fun, … Continue reading
I’m delighted to publish this – a guest post from Emer Coleman, Director of Digital Projects at the GLA, sharing her dissertation with us. Anyone who has been following me on Twitter for the past year will know my struggles … Continue reading