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Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web and Linked Data initiator, suggested a 5-star deployment scheme for Open Data.
a collection of information, presented in a mostly fixed format, used to give the location of a building, apartment, or other structure or a plot of land.
Aerial or "bird's eye view" photos of regions and places of interest. Could also refer to orthophotography.
For questions about data related to the voluntary transfer of money or resources from a country to another, or from a group to another group, usually for humanitarian and altruistic purposes.
The automatic identification system (AIS) is an automatic tracking system that uses transponders on ships to track them and provide information about them.
the process of breaking down thing(s) into parts/pieces/smaller organizable units, with the goal of learning what the parts do and how they interrelate to one another.
To be used for the general mental health condition of "anxiety disorders". There are several types of anxiety disorders but this tag is for any anxiety disorder. Specific anxiety disorders, like socia…
For questions related to application programming interfaces. Use 'api-request' instead if you're looking for an API that provides specific open data.
Indicates a request for application programming interfaces (APIs) that provide relevant open data.
For questions related to barcodes, including UPC (Universal Product Code), EAN (International Article Number), and ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
Best-practice questions generally involve a short guide or tutorial related to an outstanding example of the use or implementation of Open Data principles or practices.
For questions about open data related to bibliometrics or statistical bibliography.
one or more datasets that together are so large or complex as to require non-traditional techniques to understand.
a protocol supporting the practice of peer-to-peer file sharing that is used to distribute large amounts of data over the Internet.