Where does transparency and open data sit when a government passes legislation that is so opaque and unclear that nobody really understands the implications of it? How do NGOs and civil society organisations operate when collaborating or receiving funding from foreign organisations may become prohibited? Come and find out more from this online event involving some of our fellow members in the UPR-coalition.
While Open Data Day is cancelled, join us on 9th Feb for a virtual meetup discussing coronvirus open data approaches to understand and tackle the recent 2019 novel coronavirus that has broken out in mainland China and now Hong Kong.
What is on your Open Data Wishlist? At the Unlocking the Value of Open Data meeting at HKU we asked civil servants & data users what was on theirs wishlist. Getting insight into how government departments use & offer data.
What is FAIR data? Come and find out at our meeting with Susanna Sansone from Oxford University who will explain the FAIR data principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable)
Here we have a guest posting from Robert Porsch on our Open Data Day (ODD2017) hackathon teams look at refugee crime data in Hong Kong showcasing what you can do with AccessInfo data & statistical programming.
Don’t miss this years International Open Data Day event in Hong Kong, a hackathon and LegCo roundtable on the 4th March at CityU in Kowloon Tong.
Meet.37 is on Research data, including policy, practice and the open platforms required to implement this. We have HKU’s David Palmer presenting the new open data repository he has helped build.
ever wanted a chance to visit Legco but never had the chance? Here’s your chance with ODHK’s first LegCo meeting and visit!
Join us at meet.35 where we’re going back to basics to work with data, and start building a repository for common public data.
Meet.34 is about showcasing some tools we are working on to support open data in Hong Kong. This includes a projects database, data warehouse and Legco watch database.