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Open Data: The Current State and Challenges in Macedonia
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The concept of Open Data represents the idea that certain data should be freely available to the public, for use, reuse, republishing and redistributing, with little or no restrictions. The goal is to make data of public nature available in an open manner, in a raw and machine-readable format, so that they can be used for building useful applications which leverage their value, allow insight, provide access to government services, and support transparency. These data can contribute to the overall development of the society, by both boosting the ICT business sector with new business value and allowing the citizens a deeper insight into the work of their government. This recent rise in interest for Open Data introduced the necessity for efficient mechanisms which enable easy transformation, publishing, management, consumption and visualization of the data. In our ongoing research in the field of Open Data and Linked Data, we try different approaches which would potentially provide effective and efficient methods for creating an Open Data eco-system in the Republic of Macedonia.
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