The Scottish Cities Alliance have published more than 400 open datasets that are currently available to organisations.
The Scottish Cities Alliance (this link will take you away from our website) is the unique collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities – Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Perth and Stirling – and the Scottish Government working together to promote the country’s great economic potential.
The datasets published through this collaboration include data relating to, for example, environment, transport and travel, education and health and social care. These are freely available to organisations to explore and use.
The Scottish Cities Alliance are keen to engage with organisations regardless of sector and regardless of their experience with open data. They want to understand how open data is currently being used, how it could be improved and how it could be used by those not accessing it yet.
To find out more about the Scottish Cities Alliance and the Open Data User Group, join the LinkedIn Group (this link will take you away from our website).
To contribute to the project, please take 10 mins to complete this survey (this link will take you away from this website).