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Data4Citizen provides access to OpenData datasets, vizualisation and sharing functions, analytics features in Web interfaces

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Data4citizen v16.02 : latest release

Monday, March 25th 2016

 

Following our latest integration of Vanilla KPI in Data4citizen, we are proud to release Data4citizen version 16.02.

The key features of this new version are :

Vanilla KPI integration in Data4Citizen

To further improve the user experience of Data4Citizen - our OpenData portal powered by CKAN -, BPM-Conseil announced today the integration of its Vanilla KPI module in Data4citizen.

This integration is designed to offer data publisher access to enhanced analytics and KPI on their datasets.

Based on the CKAN platform, Data4citizen offers data publishers basic tools to vizualize their datasets. With the addition of Vanilla KPI, end users can define objectives and performance indicators on their data and follow their evolution over time.

ODI Data as Culture programme opens residency call with Sound and Music

ODI Data as Culture programme opens residency call with Sound and Music

27 October 2015

Today, the ODI and Sound and Music have announced an opportunity for artists to test their composition skills, writing new music inspired by open data, and for a collaborative dance company.

Becky Hogge: Ít’s time for the open data community to stop playing nice

Becky Hogge: Ít’s time for the open data community to stop playing nice

14 October 2015

Charlie Davies, Co-founder of location-based search software provider iGeolise, explains how he used open data to build a business and measure distance in minutes, not miles

As with most businesses, the location-based search software provider iGeolise began because a problem was noticed that needed a solution.

How open data helped TravelTime go from idea to SME

How open data helped TravelTime go from idea to SME

06 October 2015

Charlie Davies, Co-founder of location-based search software provider iGeolise, explains how he used open data to build a business and measure distance in minutes, not miles

As with most businesses, the location-based search software provider iGeolise began because a problem was noticed that needed a solution.

Guest post: Understanding housing stock needs and cost with open data

Guest post: Understanding housing stock needs and cost with open data

30 September 2015

Barely a day goes by in the UK without discussion about how to solve the housing crisis. Plenty of debate is being had about how to develop the supply of affordable housing, as well as questions about what the future might hold for organisations within the social housing sector.

ODI and Future Cities Catapult share joint vision for efficient, safe, data-driven

ODI and Future Cities Catapult share joint vision for efficient, safe, data-driven

24 September 2015

How can data help improve the way we use cities? The Open Data Institute and Future Cities Catapult have announced they will work together on projects to help improve urban efficiency and sustainability

5 reasons to come to the ODI Summit 2015

5 reasons to come to the ODI Summit 2015

23 September 2015

The ODI Summit is back again this year at London’s BFI Southbank, with keynotes, open data stories, challenges, data-driven art and music workshops and more

The ODI Summit 2015 celebrates Generation Open: innovators and entrepreneurs, customers and citizens, students and parents who embrace network thinking.

Here are five reasons why you should join us on 3 November

1. We’re bigger and better than ever

How Ukraine is embracing open data after 2014 revolution

How Ukraine is embracing open data after 2014 revolution

22 September 2015

On 24 May 2015, the ODI gathered members of the open data and global development communities for a breakfast roundtable to discuss ‘open data: challenges and opportunities for governance’. Over the course of the morning, participants shared experiences working on innovative and cross-cutting approaches within both fields.

ODI summer showcase: Visualising Rail

ODI summer showcase: Visualising Rail

08 September 2015

What’s your idea in a nutshell?

To allow people to explore historical open rail data, which will help travellers to make more informed decisions when travelling by rail.

Sounds interesting! What gave you this idea?

Rail passengers are often faced with decisions to make, such as which train to take, without knowing the full picture. We realised this while developing our live departure board National Rail application Fasteroute.

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