Continuing with the open and collaboration aspect of the platform, it would be interesting to have a similar setup like Kaggle.com has, in which people can both download csv files, or as noted above, start their own Jupyter notebooks, allowing people to write and publish scripts with python, analyze data, create visualizations and comment on other users notebooks. All of which would be visible publicly for future reference, collaboration etc.
Data Hub Priority Plan 2021
For 2021, the Metabolism of Cities team has developed a priority plan in order to focus most of our energy on a specific project. After lengthy discussions within our team, we have decided to prioritize taking our Data Hub to the next level. Most importantly, after last year's focus on setting up the data collection and data processing tools and courses, we now want to look at the next phase. What do we do with data? How can we create analytical tools and academic applications that make the most out of the data hub? This is what we want to look into. On this page you can explore the details of the priority plan, and get involved to help us achieve these goals! To learn more about this plan, click here.
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