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Karma is a free, open source tool that makes it easy to convert data from a variety of formats into linked data.
0 comments Posted 25 May 2015 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
Igloo house on land
University of Southern California postdoctoral fellow and NASA/JPL researcher Annie Bryant Burgess explains how her PhD is related to her involvement in open source, and tells us what Apache Tika has to do with studying polar data.
0 comments Posted 2 Apr 2015 by Jan Iversen Feed
An update of what is going on with the open source agenda at NASA, and how The Apache Foundation fits in.
2 comments Posted 12 Feb 2015 by Lewis John McGibbney Feed
Ushahidi is a global organization that empowers people to make a serious impact with open source technologies, cross-sector partnerships, and ground-breaking ventures. They are thinking about what it means to balance the potential social good of wider dataset release with the potential risks that... Read more
0 comments Posted 4 Feb 2015 by Sara Terp Feed
The Dutch Data Prize is awarded by the Research Data Netherlands (RDNL). This year the Dutch Data Prize for 2014 was awarded to the Dutch Song Database and DINED. Learn more about these open source projects.
0 comments Posted 3 Dec 2014 by Wilma van Wezenbeek Feed
Open source tools give journalism organizations and journalists on a limited budget the ability to get the information that they need.
4 comments Posted 29 Jul 2014 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
Milind Bhandarkar gives a talk about open source and big data at Great Wide Open 2014
0 comments Posted 22 Jul 2014 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
open source in healthcare
Open source software in healthcare has been instrumental for sharing common tools and increasing adoption of emerging medical information technology (IT) standards. By leading the effort to digitize health data, imaging informatics has set the precedent for the adoption of the technology industry's... Read more
3 comments Posted 24 Feb 2014 by Gorkem Sevinc Feed
open data standards
The wiki The Open Data Day wiki (sans logo, so a little rough around the edges) is now live and ready for action. The wiki is where organizers can list the city in which they’ll be putting together an event and where interested participants can find local events and let people know that they’ll be... Read more
2 comments Posted 8 Feb 2013 by David Eaves Feed
open up book
A group of journalists are announcing the launch of their breakthrough open source solution for the problem many writers and journalists have of how to take data in PDFs or images and easily convert it to a spreadsheet or other usable format.
4 comments Posted 7 Feb 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed

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