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.
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It should be possible to export data from our website into other applications. A low-hanging fruit is to export our data in a standard CSV format, and to integrate them with Jupyter notebooks, which would allow researchers to run more advanced analyses and modeling tools written in Python, using our data and this open source platform. We can also consider options for people to embed our charts, maps, and data onto their website (akin to how Our World in Data allows you to embed their charts).
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Related to: API and data export development.
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