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openaddresses - A repository of global open address data.

  •    Javascript

A global collection of address data sources, open and free to use. Join, download and contribute. We're just getting started. This repository is a collection of references to address data sources.

data.gov - Data.gov source code and issue tracker

  •    Javascript

Contribution or Collaboration on any code repository is encouraged; while we prefer technical questions be reserved to Github (preferably to the repositories above). We are equally as happy to take any feedback through Github as Github Issues or Pull Requests on any repository. We are always looking for feedback, feature requests, or technical inquiries on this repository or by email at datagov**@**gsa.gov. If you are a human that considers themselves or aspires to be a developer, security engineer, designer, editor/writer, or general innovator; we encourage you to take initiative and participate. Data.gov is an open data website created by the U.S. General Services Administration that is based on two robust open source projects: CKAN and WordPress. The data catalog at catalog.data.gov is powered by CKAN, while the content seen at Data.gov is powered by WordPress.

Pelias - Modular open-source geocoder using ElasticSearch

  •    NodeJS

Geocoding is the process of taking input text, such as an address or the name of a place, and returning a latitude/longitude location on the Earth's surface for that place. Reverse geocoding is the opposite, returning a list of places near a given latitude/longitude point. It supports many open-data projects out of the box but also works great with private data. It supports searching and displaying results in many languages.

fma - FMA: A Dataset For Music Analysis

  •    Jupyter

Michaël Defferrard, Kirell Benzi, Pierre Vandergheynst, Xavier Bresson, EPFL LTS2. The dataset is a dump of the Free Music Archive (FMA), an interactive library of high-quality, legal audio downloads. Below the abstract from the paper.




decidim - The participatory democracy framework

  •    Ruby

The participatory democracy framework. Decidim is a participatory democracy framework, written in Ruby on Rails, originally developed for the Barcelona City government online and offline participation website. Installing these libraries will provide you a generator and gems to help you develop web applications like the ones found on example applications or like our demo application.

voice-web - Responsive web, Android and iOS apps for collecting public voice data.

  •    TypeScript

This is a web, android and iOS app for collection speech donations for Project Common Voice.[Non-code] Please help us add sentences to read. See issue 341 for details.

code-gov-web - Federal Source Code policy implementation.

  •    TypeScript

Code.gov is a website promoting good practices in code development, collaboration, and reuse across the U.S. Government. Code.gov will provide tools and guidance to help agencies implement the Federal Source Code Policy. It will include an inventory of the government's custom code to promote reuse between agencies and will provide tools to help government and the public collaborate on open source projects. To learn more about the project, check out this blog post.

football

  •    Javascript

Free open public domain football data in the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data interchange format. Any leagues or tournaments missing? Contributions welcome! For starting your own repo from scratch see the League Quick Starter Kit.


OpenTurf

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This is an OpenData Framework that makes it easy to Add and Consume OpenData Endpoints into a reusable code base.

food-inspections-evaluation - This repository contains the code to generate predictions of critical violations at food establishments in Chicago

  •    HTML

This is our model for predicting which food establishments are at most risk for the types of violations most likely to spread food-borne illness. Chicago Department of Public Health staff use these predictions to prioritize inspections. During a two month pilot period, we found that that using these predictions meant that inspectors found critical violations much faster. You can help improve the health of our city by improving this model. This repository contains a training and test set, along with the data used in the current model.

atsd-use-cases - Axibase Time Series Database: Usage Examples and Research Articles

  •    Vue

Use Cases documentation demonstrates solutions to real-world data problems using Axibase Time Series Database (ATSD) and contains in-depth guides for programmatic integration with commonly-used enterprise software systems and services, as well as tutorials for data transformation and visualizations created with ATSD. Interactive visualizations tracking interesting datasets from a variety of sources.

ckanr - R client for the CKAN REST API

  •    R

CKAN is an open source set of tools for hosting and providing data on the web. (CKAN users could include non-profits, museums, local city/county governments, etc.).ckanr allows users to interact with those CKAN websites to create, modify, and manage datasets, as well as search and download pre-existing data, and then to proceed using in R for data analysis (stats/plotting/etc.). It is meant to be as general as possible, allowing you to work with any CKAN instance.

okfn.github.com - Open Knowledge Labs website (and general issue tracker).

  •    Jupyter

Open Knowledge Labs is a place for folks to get together (online or IRL) to make stuff with data. It acts as a hub for hacking, wrangling, analyzing, and prototyping for Open Knowledge Network, while also being a portal for technical work done at Open Knowledge International. This repository is a Jekyll-based site for running http://okfnlabs.org.

opendataday - Open Data Day website

  •    CSS

Open Data Day is a gathering of citizens in cities around the world to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public data to show support for and encourage the adoption of open data policies by the world's local, regional and national governments. You're invited. Again. The next Open Data Day will take place on Saturday, 3 March 2018.

notebook - My open history notebook, made with Hugo.

  •    HTML

This thing is still a work in progress, so use it at your own risk. There are a lot of things still broken, workflows that aren't completely clear, or things that just simply don't work yet. Or help me develop it. Feel free to issue tickets or open push requests. Be sure to consult CONTRIBUTING to learn about issuing tickets, and if you participate in the development of this you must abide by the code of conduct.

pluto-pages - A Simple Data Explorer for NYC's PLUTO Tax Lot Dataset

  •    CSS

PLUTO is a great #opendata resource, but is published as raw spatial data meant to be consumed in GIS software. The intent of pluto-pages is to provide a simple presentation of raw PLUTO data for an individual tax lot, complete with a deep linking URL. Users can click on the map to see the data for a lot, or enter the {boro}/{block}/{lot} URL pattern on their own.

Openbooks - An online reopository to share books

  •    HTML

An online repo to share books. Created in the loving memory of the internet's own boy Aaron swartz, on his birthday. We are a group of open data lovers, united to share knowledge...

soda-js - A Javascript-based library for accessing the SODA2 API.

  •    Javascript

A client implementation of the Socrata Open Data API in Coffeescript and Javascript. Supports both consumer and producer API, but does not currently support creating datasets or the import workflow.