Software developers are using open data to help people make informed decisions – from choosing financial aid options for college to finding the safest consumer products and vehicles. While we can’t and don’t endorse specific apps, below are just a few examples of government, citizen, and business tools that use open government data.
This interactive visualization allows users to view those regions with low to extremely alarming hunger levels, by year and country, and download the data.
Explore information and resources about mobile learning.
A wealth of agricultural R&D investments for developing countries over time is available on this platform. Interactive graphics display such indicators as total agricultural R&D spending and agricultural research staff by country.
This application and tool for covering Africa south of the Sahara and South Asia helps policymakers and investors in agricultural water management assess such issues as smallholder water use and consumption by country and region.
Find fueling stations for your alternative fuel vehicle on-the-go with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fueling Station Locator.