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Jan. 27, 2014 8:30 am

Tell the City of Philadelphia what data it should release

You can also check out the city's updated open data guidebook. Originally released one year ago, it's meant to be a how-to for other cities who want to release their data.

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You can now tell the City of Philadelphia what data sets it should release next.

Vote on the city’s open data release schedule (you have to get an account first).

The city’s Chief Data Officer Mark Headd announced the news on Data Innovation Day (Jan. 23). The city originally released the schedule last March.

You can also check out the city’s updated open data guidebook. Originally released one year ago, it’s meant to be a how-to for other cities who want to release their data.

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