Environment Agency and Ordnance Survey Open Data
Many thanks to the Environment Agency and Ordnance Survey (plus Geeks of London) for organising the env[:hack] event at Bristol Uni this weekend. Lots of apps generated in a short space of time, people seem really fired up by environment data.
Here’s some links to the data that was used.
The Environment Agency has made some data publically available. There’s a few different formats, but they are mainly GIS data:
They’ve listed some free and Open Source GIS software on the site: OpenJUMP GIS, ArcGIS Explorer Desktop and QGIS.
You can find out more details about the data sets available here:
The Ordnance Survey Open Data can be found here: