Designing and Implementing a Responsive Open Data Model

Event: Governance Cooperation Fund: Open Government Partnership Knowledge Exchange and Learning Event

Designing and Implementing a Responsive Open Data Model

24 November 2015
Author / Speaker: 
Michael Canares, Open Data Labs - Other materials by the author

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Open data should be accessible, machine-readable, and re-usable. By introducing research and systematic innovations and engaging and capacitating partners, the Open Data Lab Jakarta as an enabler of open data that builds evidence for its social and political values is featured as an example in this presentation.

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