UK Data Landscape
What is a 'data landscape' and what does it look like? Well, that's just two of many questions that we hope to explore and answer via this project. As data becomes increasingly important and foundational for so many services, businesses, etc, it's important to understand all of the subtle and obvious interactions that take place, and who is involved. Just like a natural ecosystem, even small changes can have a big impact. Having a visual aid that helps people understand the influence of their potential decision-making or strategy development can make the whole system more robust and sustainable. In this Open Data Institute led project, we will be applying our rapid open innovation methods to gather input about who/what should be included in the landscape combined with The Data City machine-learning platform to develop an initial snapshot of this year.
The collected blog posts and technical pieces about the project.
1. Building a digital picture of the UK's data landscape
The launch blog post from the Open Data Institute.
2. Mapping the UK data landscape
The launch blog post, asking what should be included in any map of the UK data landscape.
3. Mapping the UK Data Landscape - Working Out Loud
Describing our process of working in a radically open way.
4. The UK Data Landscape: ODILeeds commentary
First impressions of The UK Data landscape in the context of the UK economy.
UK Government Data Ecosystem 2018
A mapping project started by Gavin Freeguard
UK Government Data Ecosystem 2020
The collaborative mapping project by Gavin Freeguard updated for 2020.
An open spreadsheet of newsletters, podacasts, etc, dedicated to the world of 'open.'
The method behind the Data City platform that will be used in this project.
Open Google Doc
Add your comments and suggestions to this Google Doc to help build the map of the UK data ecosystem.
Data Landscape Emerging Taxonomy
A Google Sheet.
Prototypes of the UK data landscape map plus supporting documentation.