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Blog: Releasing Synthetic A
Published: Tuesday 13 November 2018, 12:39PM
The potential benefits of synthetic data, and how you can help with the next step.
Blog: Real Journey Times Project
Published: Thursday 27 September 2018, 2:14PM
Using real-time bus data to create a new dataset
Blog: Why open data can save the East Coast Rail franchise
Published: Friday 25 May 2018, 16:20
On 16th May, the DfT announced the collapse of the East Coast rail franchise. With the launch of London North Eastern Railway (LNER) it will once again be run by an arm of the UK government.
Blog: The ONS and us
Wednesday, 16 May 21:45
The ONS is getting really good at regional statistics. ODILeeds explains how it could do even better.
Blog: Building the TRUE tool
Saturday, 10 March, 2018.
Building the TRUE tool and the TRUE process at ODILeeds.
Blog: PDF and data
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 09:00
ODI Report: Best Practices for PDF and Data.
Blog: House prices by ward
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 00:01
Calculating house prices by ward using open data and open code.
Blog: The Internet of Bats
Monday, 24 July 2017 13:00
Open innovation, and bats.
Blog: Data and travel
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 12:00
We bring together some travel-related data sources to set the scene for Travelhack on June 20th
Blog: Conservative Manifesto
Thursday, 18 May 2017 16:30
Data and The Conservative Party Manifesto.
Blog: Progress with PDFs and Data
Saturday, 13 May 16:00
Progress with PDFs and Data.
Blog: PDFs and Data
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 14:00
PDFs and Data: making PDFs play nicely with data and open data.
Blog: Leeds Bins
Saturday, 17 December 2016 19:00
Leeds Bins: the challenges and rewards of building an app powered by open data.
Blog: Defra Data Unconference
Thursday, 15 December 2016 15:00
Paul Connell and Tom Forth spent a day at the Defra Data Unconference in Birmingham. Here is what they got up to.
Blog: Open Smart Cities and Places - Hebden Bridge
Friday, 26 August 2016 10:00
On 6th September lots of people who play, think, and work with smart cities will be in Hebden Bridge. We want to hear what they do.