||http://dawa.aws.dk/postnummerd...||json, ...||#1 100%||100%|
Format: json, csv, xml, geojson
First link provided contains maps of postal areas Postal codes can also be found at: http://www.postdanmark.dk/da/Privat/Kundeservice/postnummerkort/Sider/home.aspx QA question: Please explain how to obtain the data required for this item of the census according to the definition above. The file at www.postdanmark.dk contains postcodes and town/commune names, without geolocations in lat/long or equivalent. The link is to an inventory of maps, in shape files: how would these be used to obtain a table of postcodes and their lat/long please? Answer: The postcode information is available in multiple formats for different purposes. For polygons on maps (incl. lat/long), see here http://www.gst.dk/Emner/Frie_data/Hvilke+data+er+omfattet/Hvilke+data+er+frie/Landinddelinger/DAGI/DAGI-download.htm and here http://www.adresse-info.dk/Default.aspx?tabid=220 (text in Danish, maps in shape, mapinfo and geomedia). There's also a webservice from which you can enter an address and obtain the postcode. I'm not an expert in geodata myself so in order to answer the postcode-related questions at the Census I had help from https://twitter.com/neogeografen (who might be more helpful in order to explain how to find the data of your need). Thanks to Andrew Stott and Neografen for help on this
Provided name and link for correct official API-provider of zipcodes and other various address endpoints.
||http://download.kortforsyninge...||shape, ...||#1 100%||100%|
Format: shape, tab, gdb
A map of Denmark at the scale 1:200.000 is provided here: http://download.kortforsyningen.dk/content/danmark-1200000
||http://dst.dk/da/Statistik/emn...||csv & ...||#1 100%||100%|
Format: csv & xls and other
First data on candidates etc. is available before election. During the election night results are made public with an estimated ten minutes delay, but not on the lowest geographical level. Full results are available when officially check around a week after the election. The live-results are handled by the company KMD and that has feeds to main media sites, but those feeds are not available for the public (only through the medias presentation of the data). Historical data and data from other elections local, regional and referendums are available in the same manner.
||http://statistikbanken.dk/stat...||EXCEL, ...||#1 100%||100%|
Format: EXCEL, CSV, DBF, PC-AXIS
http://www.statistikbanken.dk/statbank5a/default.asp?w=1680 (StatBank Denmark contains detailed statistical information on the Danish society. The database is free of charge and data can be exported in several file formats and presented as diagrams or maps.) The website offers a data selector where users can configure specific indicators and export the result in different machine-readable formats. All the items and years can be selected in the selector and then data can be downloaded in bulk.
http://www.dst.dk/en/OmDS/omweb.aspx (English version, instead of Danish)
||http://www.statistikbanken.dk/...||csv, ...||#1 100%||90%|
Format: csv, xls (multiple options)
Very detailed data is protected due to privacy issues. Data is not available in bulk. It can be configured via an interactive interface and then only this specific graphic/table can be downloaded in different file formats.
||http://detgodeliv.regionsyddan...||EXCEL, ...||#8 70%||90%|
Format: EXCEL, CSV, TXT, DBF
Region of Southern Denmark collaborates with Denmark Statistics when providing information/statistics regarding emissions. The license is compliant with the open definition: Data i talbanken er offentliggjort som Opendata (se definition her) og kan frit anvendes med kildeangivelse.
A log in and password is needed, which is why the data is not available. Bulk data is available for payment,
||http://labs.rejseplanen.dk/lab...||XML ...||#9 60%||60%|
Format: XML through Rest
||https://www.retsinformation.dk...||metadat ...||#1 100%||60%|
Format: metadata in csv, actual law-text in XML, HTML and PDF
The site contains no "term and conditions" and are therefore not open, however you should be able to safely reuse it.
When you perform a search through Retsinformation.dk you can chose the option "Eksporter søgeresultatet" which gives you the search result in CSV - you can search for all documents to get a full CSV bulk download of the metadata of all legislation (although with 77,000 entries this sometimes over-stresses the server - if so make several queries).
The section on the Lex Dania project (https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0500.aspx?page=5) outlines that all legislative is available in XML format as of 2007. So, data can be considered machine readable.
Not available under open license, since you'll have to make an FOI request to get it. Data that is up to date exists. See also http://www.information.dk/databloggen/460345 (Danish) on obtaining the data.
- Daniela Mattern
- Kamil Gregor
- Mor Rubinstein
- Zach Christensen
- Nisha Thompson
- yar michl
- Rebecca Sentance
- Tryggvi Björgvinsson
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Daniela Mattern
- Asmen Gül
- Niels Erik Kaaber Rasmussen
- Mor Rubinstein
- Christian Villum