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19 Free Public Data Sets For Your First Data Science Project

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Six weeks, 77 stories, 84 cities and 350 people

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Open it to fix it

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Creative Commons and Hope — How Open Access Journals Helped Me in a Dark Time

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US EPA Orders Turn-Off of Open Data Service on 28-Apr-2017

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Using mySociety’s APIs for #ge2017

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Trump Presidency Sees Spike in “Open Data Day” Events Across US Cities

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EPCs in 3D — Help needed!

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A Story About Open Data (and Snow)

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‘Bring Open Data to Your School’: connecting teens with open data in Argentina

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