Danmark 3 pladser ned – Open Data Index 2016/2017 – Open Knowledge Danmark

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-05-09

Summary:

"The global open data index benchmark almost 100 countries publications of open public data. Each country is assessed how much data published in various categories and on the published data meets the requirements of the definition of open data . The preliminary results of the Global Open Data Index 2016/2017 is now published and Denmark has climbed three places down compared to last year and a further place down compared to previous years .

The figures are preliminary because the Open Knowledge has decided to change the procedure so that in the final results presented is a so-called dialogue phase, where the preliminary results can be is discussed and corrected, if there be any changes or errors in the calculation should be discovered . For Denmark, it counts especially down that we do not have open data for public expenditure (at a sufficiently detailed level) and that our data on public procurement is open .

If you have comments or suggestions for corrections, so hurry up and send them in . On June 15, 2017 published the final results along with a white paper with recommendations on publication of open public data."

Link:

https://dk.okfn.org/2017/05/08/danmark-3-pladser-ned-open-data-index-20162017/

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Tags:

oa.new oa.danish oa.denmark oa.okfn oa.godi oa.rankings oa.government oa.psi oa.access oa.data

Date tagged:

05/09/2017, 23:17

Date published:

05/09/2017, 19:17