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Can I put open source data on a public github repo?

I am using open source data for a data sonification project and would like to put the data used for this project onto a public github repo. Are there any legal issues with doing this? I am assuming ...
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Are version control storing solutions a good option to store Medical Imaging open data?

We are working on several medical imaging projects (i.e., BreastScreening, MIDA, and MIMBCD-UI) that deals with a huge amount of data. From medical images and data at the following modalities: (1) ...
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GIThub to share a set of SPARQL queries

I am using github to share a set of SPARQL queries: http://www.boisvert.me.uk/opendata/sparql_aq+.html?file=specific%20sensor.txt Currently the simple work allows end-users to access queries stored ...
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How do I download a Socrata graph or map definition I have created?

When I create a custom view, a map, chart, graph or report, and save it, the definition of that view is stored somewhere on Socrata. How is the definition stored? Is it a schema? How can I download ...
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GitHub license for code written by US Government Employee

When I open a new project on Github, I see a selection of licenses in a drop-down list, which currently looks like this: None Apache v2 License MIT license Affero GPL Artistic License 2.0 BSD (3-...
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What is the governance of the US Government's Project Open Data?

The US Government just launched Project Open Data on GitHub, which includes best practices, free tools to accelerate adoption of open data practices, and common core metadata for the federal ...