NYC Open Data Week is a week-long festival of community-driven events organized and hosted by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics and BetaNYC, with support from Cornell Tech’s Urban Tech Hub.
Since March 2012, thousands of New Yorkers have traversed the five boroughs to celebrate the City’s Open Data Law. This year, we will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the City’s open data law on March 7. Coincidentally, the first weekend of March is also International Open Data Day. Together, we use both dates to kick off NYC’s Open Data Week and increase civic engagement with our municipal open data.
This year, Cornell Tech’s Jacobs Urban Tech Hub will join us to anchor our flagship conference — NYC School of Data, and host daily Open Data Week events.
Join us for seminars, workshops, classes, and conversations. Throughout the week, our friends at Data Though Design will be holding their annual art exhibit informed by NYC Open Data.