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OpenData

Presented to Government of Canada, Web 2.0 Practitioners, Twitter #GOC and #W2P in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, April 23, 2010
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Cameron Wilson

on 5 May 2010

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Transcript of OpenData

What is Open Data? What is Web 2.0?
Read and Write Examples Please! What applications do you want?
Where to buy a house - demographics
Pandemic information
Public Security
Social payment and tax schedule
Fishing regulations, dates and zones
Postal Services
Political and electoral information
News releases - with geographic encoding
Agricultural methods, dates, zones
Food and nutrition
Transportation
Parks

For these applications who will do them?
What data are needed?
What data does your Division have? Machine Readable
<category>GovernmentofCanadaNews</category>
<pubDate>Thu, 22 Apr 2010 22:15:53 GMT</pubDate>
<dc:date>2010-04-22T22:15:53Z</dc:date>
<geo:lat>45.42</geo:lat>
<geo:long>-75.69</geo:long>
Findable
Is it indexed? Useable
Can be Crown Copyright
With Open License to re-use Social Media Platform
Independent Open Data Punditsguide.ca disclosed.ca GeoConnectons - KPMG - 2001
data sets supplied by government can be considered a public good with many positive externalities and benefits. In general, it is believed that the more data that are available to the public, the more they will be used for decision making and policy planning. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - 2007
The value of data lies in their use. Full and open access to scientific data should be adopted as the international norm for the exchange of scientific data derived from publicly funded research. Source: John Musser
O'Reilly Radar
ISBN 0-596-52769-1 Source: GCPedia Subject to this Agreement, Canada hereby grants to the Licensee a non-exclusive, fully paid, royalty-free right and licence to exercise all Intellectual Property Rights in the Data. This includes the right to use, incorporate, sublicense (with further right of sublicensing), modify, improve, further develop, and distribute the Data; and to manufacture and / or distribute Derivative Products.
"© Department of Natural Resources Canada. All rights reserved." Presented to Government of Canada, Web 2.0 Practitioners, Twitter #GOC and #W2P in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, April 23, 2010 by @CameronC_Wilson
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