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FCW : December 2013
BackStory 34 December 2013 FCW.COM We're No. 2! The Open Data Institute and the World Wide Web Foundation have created the Open Data Barometer --- a detailed scoring of the prevalence and impact of open-data initiatives around the world. All data below is from the pilot edition of the barometer. Source: OpenDataBarometer.org Top 10 nations 1. United Kingdom Barometer score: 10 0 2. United States Barometer score: 93.38 8. Canada Barometer score: 65.87 7. Australia Barometer score: 67.68 4. New Zealand Barometer score: 74.34 10. France Barometer score: 63.92 3. Sweden Barometer score: 85.75 6. Denmark Barometer score: 71.78 5. Norway Barometer score: 71.86 9. Germany Barometer score: 65.01 U.S. data scores (on a scale of 100) 100 Environment statistics 95 Government budget, legislation, international trade, health, election results 90 Maps, land ownership 85 Education, crime statistics 80 Census, government spending 75 Public transportation schedules 0 Company register The United States scored very well on opening data to drive positive political, social and environmental, and economic change --- and on demonstrating the capacity and commitment to open data. But data openness varies widely...
November 30, 2013