Standards & Tools
This page contains a list of data standards and tools under consideration by LEEDS 2023.
Diversity Data Standard
Created by Open Innovations, in partnership with the Leeds Anchors Network, to enable different organisations to publish data relating to diversity and inclusion in a common format. It was used to create this dashboard.
The Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS) enables disclosure of data and documents at all stages of the contracting process by defining a common data model. The UK government has adopted this standard for public sector contracts.
Helps UK funders publish their grants data in an open, standardised way, and supports people to understand and use this data to improve charitable giving.
Reuser’s Guide to Open Data Licensing
All you need to know about open data licensing, as a reuser of data
Eventbrite API v3
Access-controlled API to query data held on Eventbrite related to events, attendees, venues and other event characteristics like categories, organisers and pricing.
CSVLint helps you to check that your CSV file is readable. And you can use it to check whether it contains the columns and types of values that it should.
Data Mill North
Data publishing platform for the North of England. It is a collaborative website originally set up by Leeds City Council.
Open Innovations Data Mapper
Map of geographic datasets published on Data Mill North and other places. The tool automatically discovers geographical data that is published on Data Mill North.
Tool to help understand your audience using open data, based on postcode.
Publisher’s Guide to Open Data Licensing
What does it mean to license data? What licence should you use? How can you indicate the licence that a dataset is available under? This guide answers these questions