The purpose of Data.gov is "to increase public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government." The site includes searchable data catalogs providing access to data in three ways: through the "raw" data catalog, the tool catalog, and the geodata catalog.
The most comprehensive visualization of U.S. public data. Data USA provides an open, easy-to-use platform that turns data into knowledge. The software code is open source - users can build custom applications by adding other data.
Organized into chapters focusing on specific governmental functions or subjects, such as Education, Transportation, and Finances. At the beginning of each of these 15 sections, “Highlight” information is provided along with a listing of tables in that section. For most of the tables, data are presented for the five boroughs of New York City and the 57 counties outside New York City
NYC Open Data contains information that is collected and maintained by the City government. Both New York State and the federal government also maintain data related to New York City that may not appear on NYC Open Data. Users can browse data.ny.gov to download data from New York State on topics from farmers’ markets to MTA turnstile usage. Federal datasets, such as census information and data from the College Scorecard, can be found on data.gov.
Since 2009, we have worked with New York City government, elected officials, community boards, and community groups to engage NYC’s "civic-minded" technology and design community. We have helped pass transformative open government legislation, supported NYC’s civic oriented startups, and built a dedicated community who believes in the power of neighbors helping neighbors. We do this though advocacy and events that demystify open data, technology, and government.
Helps to build refuge for federal data and supports climate and environmental research and advocacy. We are committed to fact-based arguments. DataRefuge preserves the facts we need at a time of ongoing climate change. This site is one part of the project. The vast majority of the government information gathered through this project is available from the Internet Archive through the End of Term project. This data catalog is a place to store data that is difficult or impossible to harvest through web crawlers.