The day has dawned bright and sunny on Open Data Camp 7’s final day. There’s a greta bunch of people present, the coffee is flowing, and it’s time to pitch. Here’s what’s on today’s menu:
- Open Data 101
- Joy Diversion – exploring the streets of the area
- How to use procurement data to reduce carbon emissions
- Producing data with and for communities – citizen science, crowdsourcing, etc.
- Learnings from a decade of open data
- Data art – the difference between infographics, and conceptual art, licensing
- Data literacy for whom in the UK? Who needs to do and know more?
- Open Street Map – how to edit and how to use it
- Project retrospectives – structured reviews of a project, in this case Open Data
- Registers – What are they? What are they good for?
- Writing the Getting Started Guides To Open Data
- How to make a data chart thing…
- Tell me all you know about spacial data and open street map
- Open Data and
AIMachine Learning (some debunking)
- What is important about visualisation?
- Bring data from disparate sources across the public sector
- Invisible Women – a book about women and data. Let’s talk about women and non-binary people and data.
- Things you’ve learnt because you got it wrong
- Getting data out of PDFs – tools and workflows
- Wardley mapping the state of your local open data space
- Open Data Horror stories — catharsis for you all
Too many good session pitches to choose from! 🙂 #ODCamp
— Keelan Fadden-Hopper (@keelan_fh) November 3, 2019
I want to go to every session… #odcamp
— David Kane (@kanedr) November 3, 2019