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The Grafana project was started by Torkel Ödegaard in 2014 and has the last couple of years become one of the most popular open source projects on GitHub. They build open software, with permissive licenses. It allows you to query, visualise and alert on metrics and logs no matter where they are stored.
Kläder efter väder (Clothes after weather) is a mobile application that visualises what types of clothing are best to wear in the current weather. The application is designed for people with cognitive disabilities as they encounter difficulties is dressing appropriately for the forecast.
Tink was founded in 2012 and have turned into an European open banking platform to create value out of the financial data
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Open data best practices in Europe: Estonia, Slovenia and Ukraine
Data sharing as a service: will data services remove intellectual property rights from the picture, and at what cost?
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Learn about the key highlights of the webinar on ‘Stories of use cases: Open data for the European Green Deal’
On Friday 17 March, the data.europa academy hosted a webinar on ‘Stories of use cases: Open Data for the European Green Deal’. It was the first in a series of webinars on open data use cases that align and support the achievement of the European Commission political priorities. During the session, participants were inspired by three open data-driven initiatives that currently enable the green transition and respond to environmental challenges in Europe. The webinar started with an introduction to the objectives and importance of the European Green Deal and the green transition. Thereafter, the
A guide for effective data sharing in the development sector
The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data has recently published a ‘cookbook’ describing the key ingredients for effective multiparty data sharing in the development sector. Multiparty data sharing involves two or more organisations that collaborate to collect, share, and/or analyse data to address societal challenges. Despite the initiatives to better leverage data sharing, only a few spaces provide knowledge and common insight on how to effectively share data. The cookbook attempts to address this gap. The cookbook is based on insights from the analysis of data sharing
ICES: Find Geospatial data on Seas of Europe on data.europa.eu
The goal of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) is to become a world-leading marine science organisation that meets societal needs for impartial evidence on the state and sustainable use of sea and oceans. They aim to advance and share scientific understanding of marine ecosystems and the services marine organisations provide. One of the tools they offer to achieve this goal is the metadata catalogue to easily share geographically referenced information on the exploration of the sea. The ICES metadata catalogue is comprised of datasets organised around specific
Sign up for the data.europa academy webinar “The European Year of Skills and the role of open data”
A webinar on the importance of digital skills and the role of open data will be hosted by data.europa academy on Friday 31 March 2023 from 10:00 to 11:30 CET. It will introduce and highlight the significance of the European Year of Skills, the need for digital upskilling in the fast-changing world and how open data and data.europa academy can contribute. The European Commission has appointed 2023 as the European Year of Skills, focusing on lifelong learning, empowering people with the right tools and contributing to green and digital transitions by developing digital skills. According to the