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OpenTreeMap is a wiki-inspired, web-based geographic tree inventory application that enables individuals, organizations, and governments to work together and collaboratively map the urban forest.
A suite of tools developed as a part of Open States that provide a framework for scraping, storing, and sharing legislative information.
CKAN is an open-source DMS (data management system) for powering data hubs and data portals. CKAN makes it easy to publish, share and use data. It powers the http://thedatahub.org/ and http://data.gov.uk/ among many other sites.
myRobogals is the global intranet and record-keeping tool for Robogals. It simplifies many of our day-to-day tasks, including organising school visits, managing and communicating with members, and easily collecting statistics on a global scale.
The Open State Project collects and makes available data about state legislative activities, including bill summaries, votes, sponsorships and state legislator information.
Capitol Words explores the most popular words and phrases used by legislators in the U.S. Congress. Search the data from 1996 to today by state, date or politician.
The Khan Academy API gives developers access to nearly all types of Khan Academy data via a RESTful API that outputs easy-to-parse JSON.
Khan Academy has created a generic framework for building exercises. This framework, together with the exercises themselves, can be used completely independently of the Khan Academy application.
DistrictBuilder is web-based, open source software for collaborative redistricting.
Open Science Framework promotes integrity, reproducibility and transparency in the scientific workflow.
The Code for America API. Tracks and motivates activity and participation across the civic technology movement.
A portal for the technical women of Systers and sub-groups (Latinas, LGBT, Black Women in Computing, TurkishWiC and ArabWiC) to share information, build community, and list events across many geographies.
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