It's cosponsored by the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics, which has lately been on a roll with community engagement.
As we’ve covered on numerous occasions, New York City opens up a treasure trove of city data to the public. Lately, it seems, city officials have been eagerly courting local technologists to explore and make use of that data in their projects. Just last week, for instance, Carto hosted two events related to the topic.
Well, in case you missed those, here’s another chance to get involved with open data.
The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting a quick introductory class to the city’s open data portal on Thursday, Oct. 26.Read Complete Article