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Energy
Welcome to the Energy Community
Jeanne Holm // May 1st 2013

Energy.Data.Gov is where data and insight are combined to facilitate public discussion and awareness of our Nation’s energy activities. Whether you are interested in alternative fuels, managing buildings to be more energy efficient, or trying to manage energy in your own home, we have something for you. Look at the
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Energy
The Energy Data Jam Goes on Tour
Anjelika Deogirikar // Apr 12th 2013

2012 was a good year for American innovation. The outgrowth of the “Data Jam” from the health sector into other areas like energy and education sparked an inspiring wave of entrepreneurship. These Jams -- formerly known as Joint Application Modeling Sessions -- were a major improvement to the familiar format
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Ecosystems
Invasive Species Data and National Invasive Species Awareness Week
Elizabeth Martin // Feb 12th 2016

Invasive species are plants, animals, or pathogens that are non-native (or alien) to an ecosystem and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause harm. Invasive species are considered the second greatest cause of biodiversity loss. Recognizing the threat that invasive species pose to native plants and animals, biodiversity, and
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Open Data: Empowering Americans to Make Data-Driven Decisions
Idris Odunewu // Feb 7th 2016

Today, students are able to compare the cost of college with other significant data points, such as graduation rates and average salaries of graduates to determine where to get the most bang for their buck. Communities can finally map demographic, income, and school data to promote Fair Housing. Patients can
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Moving from Open Data to Open Knowledge: Announcing the Commerce Data Usability Project
Idris Odunewu // Jan 29th 2016

Opening up government to better serve the American people has been a key priority of this Administration from day one. On his first full day in office, President Obama signed the Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government, ushering in a new era of open and accountable government. Since then, the Administration has
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