City of Toronto Releases New Data Sets

Longtime readers will recall that I ran an open government/open data course at the University of Toronto last fall. I wasn’t able to stay as involved as I would have liked [1], but I’m heartened to see that the City of Toronto has released some more data sets — see toronto.ca/open’s catalog page for details. Happy hacking!

[1] I couldn’t find a professor willing to run the course again after my departure from U of T, and having spread myself too thin for too long, didn’t think I could keep it going and do a proper job on Software Carpentry as well. Middle age is when you stop asking what is possible, and start asking what possibilities remain…

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