January 21st, 2014
Reblogged from NYC OpenData
November 26th, 2013

nycdoitt:

Interested in learning how people are using NYC OpenData? Visit NYC OpenData Analytics  for info on page views, and a running count of datasets, maps, and charts available on the OpenData portal.  Additionally, the analytics tool shows the most viewed datasets, the top referrers to the portal, search terms and embeds, providing a comprehensive picture of the types of NYC data being used each day.

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November 6th, 2013
October 30th, 2013

nycopendata:

Check out these great infographics detailing everything Citi Bike NYC. Since the bike share launched in May 2013, cyclists have traveled a total distance of 6,840,606 miles or 275 trips around the world!

Thanks to Zack Davenport and Michael Yap for sharing the stories.

Get Citi Bike Data: http://citibikenyc.com/system-data

Reblogged from NYC OpenData
September 23rd, 2013

Today, the City announced the release of dozens of high-value data sets, an enhanced NYC Open Data portal at www.nyc.gov/data, and the citywide plan for unlocking all public data by 2018.

These developments mark the latest milestone in NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications’s (DoITT) implementation of Local Law 11 of 2012, the landmark open data legislation signed by Mayor Bloomberg last year. The NYC Open Data Plan ensures New York City continues to release public data for generations to come, providing a detailed schedule of the data sets that City agencies will release to the public in compliance with the law.

Also, included in this release are new open data covering a wide range of topics, from property and construction to health and environmental data. 

Explore more than 200 new data sets available free of charge on the newly redesigned www.nyc.gov/data, bringing the total to over 1,100 data sets from over 60 city agencies open to the public.

September 19th, 2013

An Interactive Guide to NYC OpenData

nycopendata:

This interactive graphic shows the range and quantity of data available on the NYC OpenData portal.

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Filter by category - business, city government, education, environment, health, housing & development, social services and more - to explore the City’s trove of unique open datasets and user-created views.

Created by Ben Jones and available via OpenDataSites.

Reblogged from NYC OpenData
August 2nd, 2013

nycopendata:

Check out this incredible geodata visualization of Brooklyn’s buildings color-coded to the year they were built. Using Department of City Planning data available through the NYC OpenData portal, the interactive map allows users to hover over buildings to see the address and year-built.

Get recently added PLUTO & mapPLUTO  data. 

Thanks to @thomasrhiel at the BKLYNER for the post.  

Reblogged from NYC OpenData
July 22nd, 2013
Reblogged from NYC OpenData
June 19th, 2013

Teen Coders to Solve NYC Problems During Weekend Workshop

Young Rewired State, an organization with a mission to support youth who are driven to teaching themselves to code, partnered with the Museum of the Moving Image and Mozilla Hive NYC to host a free weekend-long workshop on June 29-30.  Participating teens will work with each other and local tech mentors to build digital products and prototypes using data available through NYC Open Data to address civic concerns and problems.

About 50 teens from ages 14-18 years old will have the opportunity to build on their programming skills while working in teams to create projects that they will present to a panel of judges at the end of the weekend.

For more information, visit http://bit.ly/VXzFBC.

June 10th, 2013

Young Rewired State NYC

June 29th and 30th, Young Rewired State, the Museum of the Moving Image and Mozilla Hive NYC Learning Network will host a design challenge.  Teens will work with programmers, creatives, developers and other mentors to use NYC Open Data to build working digital prototypes that solve real-world problems for the City.  The event will help NYC teens cultivate the computational literacy skills necessary for college and career readiness.

Want to be a mentor?  The event needs professional programmers, designers and educators who are willing to volunteer their time to help youth through the prototyping process.  For more info, visit http://bit.ly/YRSNYC-mentor

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