Open Data Philly is a catalog of open data in the Philadelphia region. In addition to being the official open data repository for the City, it includes data sets from many organizations in the region. Visit: opendataphilly.org
The Center for Public Interest Journalism maintains the site in partnership with The City of Philadelphia Office of Innovation & Technology and Azavea, a Philadelphia-based geospatial analysis (GIS) software development firm.
Share your data and projects:
First: Check the Open Data Philly FAQ page for dataset criteria.
Then: Use these forms to submit your organization, datasets, data resources and projects for inclusion on Open Data Philly.
1. Create a listing for your organization with the New Organization Submission Form.
2. Add a dataset to your organization with the New Dataset Submission Form.
3. Add data resources to your datasets using the Data Resource Submission Form.
4. Submit a project you created using any data found on Open Data Philly for placement in the “Featured Projects” section of the home page. Use the Featured Projects Submission Form.