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OKFN is thrilled to introduce the initial version of the Open Data Editor (beta) today. We hope it will become in the future a no-code, easy-to-use application to explore and publish all kinds of data.
Check out the observations of our developer and long-life open activist Patricio Del Boca after attending the OGP for the first time: “We should start practicing what we preach”
Join us in looking back on open government past projects and in re-igniting the conversations in such a challenging time for democracies.
Free resources to enable organisations, governments and any initiative to be #OpenByDesign.Find out more
For anyone who works with complex data or across tools or teams (researchers, data scientists, engineers, and decision-makers), this open-source toolkit brings simplicity.
A report by the UN Broadband Commission Working Group on AI Capacity Building, leveraging a multi-stakeholder leadership model to assess the critical needs for public sector digital transformation.
The Measurement Guide helps governments, civil society, and researchers to understand how to assess open data activities based on the Open Data Charter principles.