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Posts Tagged ‘mysociety’

Great Use of Data Part 1: MySociety.org


This is part of our ‘Great use of Data’ series in which we explore projects and applications that use data in new and existing ways. Who are they? MySociety is a not-for-profit company based on a charity. They take public information and makes it accessible and understandable for the average citizen. What do they do? […]

Data about Britain’s most beautiful places now available


Only a few months after the launch of the project (well, game) ScenicOrNot, MySociety is making the data available for the public. The data contains information about 217.000 images and is being updated on a weekly basis. It is collected through an interactive game where users rate different parts of the UK based on its […]