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OpenTrees.org combines urban tree datasets from over 150 cities across the globe and is the largest database of municipal street and park trees. The data is provided by local governments and helps them guide choices of what to plant next, manage risk of branches falling, and manage pruning, watering and inspection schedules.
The Barcelona Waste Map is an interactive map showing the location of oil recycling bins in the city. This helps citizens to locate them, dispose of their litter at the allocated containers, and keep the city clean. The website in created with OpenStreetMap and Carto. This is one example of a private individual who has created several maps for cities in Spain, most of which visualise population data.
datastore.brussels is the regional platform for publishing open data and sharing data and services in the Brussels region. This platform is designed for data producers and users and facilitates and promotes the re-use of data and services. Users of datastore.brussels are free to browse the portal, search, and consult the various data and web services.
Midttrafik live is an application developed by the national transport company Midttrafik that provides traffic information across Denmark. The application enables user to find information for their itinerary and promotes the use of public transport services as a more sustainable alternative to driving a car.
Xatkit is a generic and extensible platform for the creation of digital assistants. Through a conversational interface generated by Xatkit, citizens can "talk" with open data through the chatbot, making inquiries just as they were talking to an expert on the subject. It is aimed at public administrations interested in publishing and facilitating citizens' access to their public data, and organizations interested in facilitating the marketing of their data. Xatkit provides the interface that allows data access.
The International Data & Economic Analysis (IDEA) is an online database providing access to country-level data across the globe. Created by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and initially set up to support the staff and associates of USAID find data from external sources, the IDEA database now provides access to over 10 000 data series and is categorised along the themes: people government, official development assistance, economy, education, and health.
Statsregnskapet is a website that visualises government spending and budgets on the basis of publicly available government statistics. In doing so, it aims to create transparency in government spending.
Mobilux is a free mobile application that allows users to subscribe to real-time alerts for traffic and weather information. The application is connected to an open data streaming service and available for several mobile devices.
MTender is a website created by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Moldova and provides electronic public procurement records to increase efficiency of spending, and contribute to transparency of the state’s budget. As a digital service, it shortens the time between procurement planning and payment, as well as the time for tenders, and waiting times for suppliers and contractors.
The European Statistical Recovery Dashboard features an interactive visual tool, linked to the Eurostat database. Each indicator can be explored by means of an interactive chart view, and comparisons between countries and across time are also possible. Data can be downloaded and re-used. The dashboard will be updated monthly with new data and each update will feature a commentary describing the economic and social situation in the latest available period. New indicators are also envisaged.