Tag: Greece

Open Data in a Day for Business

On November 5th 2015, I had the opportunity -not to mention the pleasure- to follow my very first open data related seminar entitled “Open Data in a Day for Business”, organized by the ODI Athens node…

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Greece to promote open source and open data

Economy Ministry contracts Greek open source advocacy group The Greek government wants the country’s public administrations to transition to free and open source software, open standards and open data. The Ministry of Economy, Infrastructure, Marine and Tourism has asked the

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Greece Open Data: How optimistic about the future are you?

We’re going to be creating a series of images that show statistics from the #EULife Open Data set using the API Explorer. It’s a great way to familiarise yourself with the data that’s in the Eurofound European Quality of Life

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Using Open Data to Fight Corruption in Greece

Using Open Data to Fight Corruption in Greece 22 Mar 2015 Marcel 0 Greece has been much in the news recently as the Syriza government tries to deal with the country’s massive economic problems. We hear plenty about its high-level

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Data Unlocked goes to Greece – Share PSI network report

Share-PSI 2.0 is “the European network for the exchange of experience and ideas around implementing open data policies in the public sector”. It consists of 44 partners from 25 countries, including Birmingham City Council. Through my work with the West

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