Format: PDF, CSV, TXT
This data is well structured and easy to access. Are datasets that were cleaned and sorted.
The website for the National Congress contains up-to-date information about all legislative activity in different formats and different sections.
A local citizen initiative Congreso Interactivo is publishing a machine readable dataset: http://www.congresointeractivo.org/dataset-todas-las-votaciones-del-congreso-2001-2013/
And an API: http://billit.congresointeractivo.org
There is a GIS map in 1 : 250,000, and even 1 : 50,000 from 2013 on the INSTITUTO GEOGRÁFICO NACIONAL DE LA REPÚBLICA ARGENTINA website. No license was found on the website, and therefore it is not openly licensed.
The budget details are on the website of the National Budget Office which depends on the Ministry of Economy. The paper this year (2011- 2014) is published as disaggregated data.
Format: CSV, stata, spss
El Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC) provide an up-to-date downloadable datasets in various format for research. However, this process involves a registration to the website. No license was found on the website.
In addition, several research papers have found the data on economic indicators, which are relevant for this Index are not accurate of completely missing. Therefore, while there is data around statistics, the relevant one does not exist and we decided to change the submission. Sources: http://www.economist.com/blogs/americasview/2014/04/statistics-argentina http://www.economist.com/blogs/americasview/2014/09/statistics-argentina
By law, the government should supply and monitor this data. In practice, I couldn't find it online but notice you can apply for the data through email. I could find other environmental data on this map - http://mapas.ambiente.gob.ar/
Argentina has an up to date zipcodes dataset on this website: http://www.correoargentino.com.ar/formularios/cpa
However, it does not contain the relevant Geodata, and it is in a separate dataset.
Argentina has a very informative financial data portal . It shows many analysis for expenditure data in a machine-readable format and bulk download. The only display missing is a month to month expenditure.
There is an app to track the line Sarmiento (train) in Buenos Aires (City and Province) but the data doesn't see to be available to the public. The application is available at the Ministry of Internal Affairs: http://www.mininterior.gob.ar/tramitesyservicios/apps.php
(This is a submission by Yamila Garcia)
- Georg Neumann
- Gil Zaretzer
- Kamil Gregor
- Tryggvi Björgvinsson
- Mor Rubinstein
- Zach Christensen
- Nisha Thompson
- yar michl
- Rebecca Sentance
- Silvana Fumega
- Neal Bastek
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Yamila García
- Martín Szyszlican
- Mor Rubinstein