Once again, I was honored to write a guest post for DataKind. This time is was on the spread of open source software by data-do-gooders. A couple years ago, DataKind hosted a DataDive in Washington D.C. and some of the participants created a mapping software project titled DataTools 2.0. Since then, it has been replicated by a number of groups around the globe. Read the full post on the DataKind blog to find out more.
Mapping youth well-being worldwide with open data – From DataKind
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