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Jon Poole

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.

We have an Open Data Policy!

If it’s not personal, commercially sensitive or dangerous, the council wants to make it open.

Hacked 2.1: The full Stor[ify]

The results are in, the dust is settling, find out more…

Hacked 2.1 – Projects overview

What a weekend! As always, our more in-depth profiles of the projects will follow in the next few days, but while the dust settles, for those desperate to know more, here’s the inside skinny on what our amazing hackers made… Continue Reading →

Easy Mapping: “Super” Output Areas

Or… how I learnt to stop worrying and love administrative geography, it’s an easy way of getting data onto a map.

And the results are in!

After a busy day’s hacking and weeks and months of preparation from the B&NES Air Quality team and the Bath:Hacked steering group; our fearless judges (Cllr Dave Dixon from B&NES Council, Robin Spalding, the Councils’ Environmental Monitoring Officer and Tom… Continue Reading →

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