An overview of open data from Belgium

December 10, 2017
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(This article was first published on bnosac :: open analytical helpers, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

BNOSAC is working on building an application on top of open data from questions and answers given at the parliament in Belgium. It will basically show what our civil servants in parliament are busy with. If you are interested in co-developing, feel free to get in touch for a quick chat. For those of you interested in an overview of open data available in Belgium, we’ve made a presentation showing what open data is available in Belgium for direct use (see below).

Interested in how open data can be used for your business, get in touch.

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