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Open Data: the Guardian launches a database

24. January 2010 – 21:57 by Roberto Zarro

In connection with the launch of data.gov.uk, the new British government website offering free access to a huge amount of public-sector data for private or commercial reuse, the UK Guardian has published the World Government Data Search, a search engine that collects datasets and other open data services provided by governments around the world. At the moment the service searches across the UK, US, New Zealand and Australian governments’ data sites. The Guardian published also a gallery of the 10 best mash-ups built on top of government data provided in the United Kingdom and a similar gallery dedicated to the experiences promoted in US, New Zealand and Australia

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  2. By Centre for E-Government on Jan 27, 2010

    There have recently been several posts about what features are desirable in government data catalogues: see the OKL Blog https://blog.okfn.org/2009/07/23/what-features-should-be-included-in-a-catalogue-of-open-government-data/

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