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Projects shared here must meet the Open Definition and have an appropriate open source or open data license. They also need to have been started or intensely developed in 2020. You may also highlight projects which you admire but did not work on yourself. Pure data sources can be listed if wrapped in an interactive Tool. If you are not sure how to add a project, or have any other questions, join the chat and contact us for help in the Town Square.

  • Visit our forum and toolbox for tips on open source tools for data wrangling.
  • Check out the Opendata.ch Forum and Blog for more news and activities from the association. Connect with the community on Twitter, Facebook, Slack and GitHub.

Let's showcase what we have learned, and how open data has made an impact in 2020! During the past tumultuous months, you took part in hackathons, worked on projects, helped to make data and analysis on the impact of the pandemic on life in this country more visible, collaborated on a range initiatives, and made a lasting impact in many domains and walks of life. In the days to follow we are continuing to share critical advice and supportive action across a number of frontlines. Share your open projects, visualizations, analytics, and critical tools that need community support. Together we can share knowledge and give each of them a boost ๐Ÿš€

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