Analyze your data usage with Opendatasoft's new data lineage feature

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Anne-Claire Bellec
06 June 2023
Opendatasoft has launched its unique, innovative data lineage feature. Focused on usage, it allows organizations to better understand how their data is used internally and externally, across data ecosystems, while improving the ease and efficiency of data portal management.
10 September 2015
It is a nice, sunny week-end in Paris and you've already been to both permanent and temporary exhibitions at the two main Paris architecture museums (Cité de l'Architecture and Pavillon de l'Arsenal). And you were of course at the Centre Georges Pompidou for the opening of the Le Corbusier exhibition. You're afraid you've depleted all the architecture the local museums have to offer. But you still need your fix.
Benoit Richter
03 September 2015
Without a basemap, your geographical data has little value. This blog post walks you through the definition of a baseman and how to choose one for your data platform.
Nicolas Terpolilli
12 August 2015
Read this blog post and explore data about yellow taxi journeys in New York City.
12 May 2015
Toulouse Métropole, the urban community of Greater Toulouse, launches today the new version of its Open Data portal powered by OpenDataSoft.
04 May 2015
This week, OpenDataSoft has cooked something special. After studying the Council of Paris, French trains' Open Data, Gender Equality in Europe and the state of Open Data in 2014, OpenDataSoft continues its Open Data Weekly series to show you how to create a map with Open Data. Au menu: the ultimate map of French Cheese, all in Open Data. Grab a piece of baguette and read on!
17 November 2014
We attended the ODI Summit a couple of weeks ago, and during a training session, a very interesting dataset was showcased: crime reports in the city of Chicago from 2001 to present.
24 September 2014
We have the pleasure to present you our brand new series « Weekly Open Data». At OpenDataSoft, we love to roam the Internet to find the best datasets there are. We have decided to launch this on-going series with an infographic about TGV trains lateness, based on SNCF (French National Railway Company) regularity barometer published earlier this month. SNCF made its first move towards Open Data and Open Innovation during 2011. Its Open Data portal has been powered by OpenDataSoft since 2012 and has allowed the company to share up to 45 datasets.
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