[@OKau] "High value" datasets

Rosie Williams budgetaus at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 14 06:55:05 UTC 2015

Hi Cassie, 
I'd love to hear how people answer this question. I think some data sets are more easily opened and used and they might be considered higher value too. Data like GIS that is more standardised than some other types of data.

Rosie Williams BA (Sociology)________________________________________

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Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 16:30:20 +1000
From: findlay.cassie at gmail.com
To: okfn-au at lists.okfn.org
Subject: [@OKau] "High value" datasets

Hi all

Has anyone come across good criteria or defined methods for identifying 'high value' datasets? If, for example, you are looking at a whole of government jurisdiction. I found some in this EU report but would like to gather some more. 

I realise that value is a highly subjective thing to assert (valuable for whom, why?) and really like Rosie's work on defining the problems first, in order to then work out where you might find datasets of value, but all that aside :) - are there examples out there of work to define high value stuff?

Many thanks

Cassie Findlay

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