About Data Innovation DayThe first annual Data Innovation Day was held on Thursday, January 24, 2013. The purpose of Data Innovation Day is to raise awareness about the benefits and opportunities that come from increased use of information by individuals and the public and private sector. Find out more →
Write an Op-EdData innovation is a story that needs to be told. How has data shaped your work? How are new innovations impacting what you will be able to do in the future? Write an op-ed that explains why data innovation matters.
Show Us Your DataDoes your organization have a data set that others would find useful? Data innovation is not possible without data. Celebrate Data Innovation Day by releasing a new data set.
Plan a Local EventData innovators are working to make our communities better, including in our hospitals, universities, libraries, and police stations. Plan a local event to showcase how your organization is using data to build a better world.
Host a Code-A-ThonFrom mash-ups to mobile apps, developers are churning out new code that helps us make sense of increasing amounts of data. Help unleash another wave of data innovation by hosting a Data Innovation Day Hack-A-Thon.
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