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Unfortunately, the key links in the popular answers for this question are all currently broken. It is still true, as David H answered, that the Common Core of Data is the official source, but the links to data.gov are broken. Now, the only relevant thing on data.gov is the page about the School & District Navigator which links to an interactive map that ...


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Openstreetmap (OSM) is an excellent source of all kinds of vector data on human infrastructure, particularly in urban areas of the USA and Europe. You'll need to figure out which OSM tags for polygons refer to the types of green spaces you are interested in. There are many ways to access OSM data - wholesale country downloads, regions, by tag, etc. Have a ...


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