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Explore 260+ datasets on the sleek new OpenDataPhilly site

Mapping firm Azavea is behind the redesign.

A map of residential burglaries by Rachel Weeden. (Screenshot)

Azavea just launched the newest version of OpenDataPhilly.
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The updates were backed by a $35,000 Knight Foundation grant and feature winners of the OpenDataPhilly data visualization contest we covered in December. The original Knight grant, awarded to the now-defunct AxisPhilly, was supposed to involve developing instructional materials for using the data. It’s not clear if that’s still part of the project.

Companies: Azavea

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