Jon Poole

Unleashing B&NES Maps – Community Kick-Off

In preparation for a lot of work to better understand and release our geospatial (map) data, we had a lovely evening discussing all things maps in Bath.

Using Open Data To Understand Voter Registration Levels

With an election coming up, thoughts turn to registering to vote; campaigns at all levels will start encouraging people to register and participate. From an open data perspective, we want to know what could be learnt about electoral registration from… Continue Reading →

We Love the Environment – The Winners

We are delighted to announce the prize winners in our fifth hack.

Getting ready to LOVE the environment?

Do you LOVE Bath?  Do you want to make things better in your local area? Are you thinking about coming to our next event? Bath:Hacked loves the environment and this is your chance to get involved!

5 days, 3 projects – An amazing week in local Open Data

It’s been an incredible week for open data projects in Bath and North East Somerset. Three amazing pieces of work shipped and we are so excited that we’ve just had to tell everyone about it.

3 tips for users of our data

It’s summer and an enthusiastic hacker’s heart turns to thoughts of data. We’re all about visualisation, UI, colour schemes and creativity… “Speak to me not of rules” we cry. “It’s hacking time!” That is of course all true, but Open… Continue Reading →

The “Golden Rules”

We have five golden rules which we think help make Bath:Hacked such a success – here they are!

Open Data Day 2015 – Liveblog

Well, for us it’s more an open afternoon, but there are Open Data activities happening all over the world as part of open data day.

Bath:Hacked Success at the Chairman’s Community Awards

On Thursday 29 January Bath:Hacked was awarded an innovative community award  by the Chairman of the Council and we’re very chuffed.

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