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‘Open’ in simple terms means as something that is not closed or barred in anyway, relatively free of obstructions to sight, movement, or internal arrangement. In short it means something that is not covered or closed and is free of restriction. Today, the governments across the world, keeping the basic essence of ‘Open’ and need of the hour in mind, have developed the concept of Open data in order to initiate steps towards becoming an open government. What is Open data? Open Data is the data that is free for anyone to use, re-use or redistribute.
Created by email@example.com on 30-01-13 12:56:49
In this note, we highlight how common application patterns with open data may be built for different domains affecting citizens’ lives – finance, health, traffic, water, energy, etc. We assume that a government organization is already making data available to public following Open Data guidelines.
Created by firstname.lastname@example.org on 30-01-13 14:19:55
The challenge for cities in India, and indeed for the world, is how to grow such that available resources are harnessed safely, sustainably and efficiently to achieve positive, measurable economic and societal outcomes.
Dealing with huge volumes of data can be challenging. But, data visualizations can make it much easier, allowing you to see the information in a more interesting, and often more useful manner. Let's discuss how to go about using and visualizing open data.
By email@example.com on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 - 15:51
Encourage online payment on services like electricity bills/broadband..If possible provide concession for online payment.Share your code so that mobile apps can be created for same.It would be great to collaborate all service under one link