PublishMyData 2.0: Features for Technical Users

by Sarah on 21 Oct 2014 in announcements, linked-data, publishmydata

This is the second, more technical, post about the new features and improvements to PublishMyData. In it I'll be looking at Expert Mode; SPARQL query features and redesigned dataset and vocabulary pages. Read More »

PublishMyData is Evolving: 2.0 is out!

by Sarah on 20 Oct 2014 in announcements, linked-data, publishmydata

It's been a busy summer, and there are a good few changes to PublishMyData, so this is the first of two posts about what we've built and how it helps you as an open data user. Read More »

Arts API: The First Workshop

by Sarah on 30 Sep 2014 in artsapi, nesta, projects, publishmydata

Last week saw the first Arts API project workshop, which was hosted in Manchester by FutureEverything. Read More »

Data for the Arts

by Sarah on 22 Sep 2014 in artsapi, nesta, projects, publishmydata

Along with Future Everything, Dundee University and a range of arts organisations, we’ve recently agreed to collaborate on a new research project. It aims to help arts organisations make the most of the data stored within their existing networks to improve their services, efficiency, and decision making. Read More »

OpenDataCommunities relaunch with design refresh and improved data browsing

by Sarah on 11 Sep 2014 in announcements, dclg, linked-data, open-data, projects

This week we released a refreshed version of OpenDataCommunities, DCLG's linked open data site. It’s now stylistically more in line with the main Gov.uk brand, we've improved the navigation, there's a blog and we've upgraded the data platform to the v2 of our PublishMyData platform, making it easier to access and use the data you want. Read More »

Linked Development: Linked Data from CABI and DFID

by Sarah on 08 Aug 2014 in announcements, linked-data, projects, publishmydata

In March we launched the beta version of Linked Development - an open, linked data site for CABI and the DFID which provides data all about international develeopment projects and research. Read More »

The hard graft of Linked Data ETL

by Rick M on 16 Jul 2014 in dapaas, etl, grafter, linked-data, open-data, opencube, rdf

We're helping regional and national governments publish the highest quality open data imaginable, whilst helping consumers access and use this data in rich and meaningful ways. But allowing a range of users to repeatably and reliably produce high quality Linked Data requires a new approach to Extract, Transform, Load (ETL)... Read More »

Open Data Communities: New Features

by Sarah on 09 Jul 2014 in dclg, linked-data, open-data, projects

Over the last few months we’ve added some new features on the Open Data Communities site that we continue to run and develop for DCLG. The Statistics Selector and the Geography Selector both make it easy to cherry pick and combine the exact data you need from across all the datasets on the site... Read More »