About this Resource
The Open Data Handbook is an online guide that provides an introduction to the concept of open data and offers practical tips for making data open and accessible to the public. The handbook covers topics such as the benefits of open data, the legal and ethical considerations of publishing data, how to license data, and how to publish data in a machine-readable format. The Open Data Handbook is intended for a wide audience, including policymakers, civil society organizations, journalists, and individuals interested in learning about open data. It was first published in 2010 and has since been updated to reflect changes and developments in the field of open data.
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