|Rank||Dataset||Breakdown||Location (URL)||Format||Info||Prev. (2014)||Score|
||http://cbs.gov.il/reader/maini...||Excel, PDF||#23 70%||70%|
Format: Excel, PDF
Some of the above mentioned indicators are updated monthly, and not quarterly.
The page is also available in English on
||http://www.svivaaqm.net/api/st...||XML, JSON||#23 60%||70%|
Format: XML, JSON
There is a description of the API for developers
There are two options for the API - XML: www.svivaaqm.net/api/stations JSON: http://www.svivaaqm.net/api/stations?type=json
In addition, The Israeli Ministry for Environment Protection provides a fairly primitive system (in Hebrew) for displaying aggregated emissions' data on a map. The website and the data it contains are property of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the State of Israel:
||http://www.votes20.gov.il/nati...||XLS, HTML||#22 70%||70%|
Format: XLS, HTML
No explicit license is indicated, thus data is considered non-open.
||https://data.gov.il/data?title...||PDF, ...||#22 70%||70%|
Format: PDF, word, excel
The data is also available graphically in
Data is only available for 4 days and not 5 for 15 cities in Israel. There is also an Historical dataset on the government open data portal, the data there can be produce in a XLS.
The measurements are done on a sporadical basis. Data is updated every 3 months. In addition, not all chemicals are assessed for each water source.
All the law data is now up, starting from British Mandate times (pre-state Israel) - although pre-1948 data is partial and will be completed in the future.
There are also plans to publish all protocols, legislation proposals (including amendments), and protocols of Knesset Committees.
Data about progress of these can be found (in Hebrew only), in this link:
The Data is available but need a consent from the office for being use in other projects. It is replacing an old and disfunctional national map site. It is not clear when and how often it is being updated.
There are some layers which are clearly up-to-date (e.g. bus stations, lanes, routes), while others are clearly not - and there is no metadata to differentiate or even indicate which layer is up to date or not.
Moreover, the only export option available of the data is to export PNG (=image) files, and no textual/geospatial data is available for download.
http://www.ag.mof.gov.il/AccountantGeneral/BudgetExecution/BudgetExecutionTopNavEng indicates that the data exists and is digital but transactional data is not published.
http://mapi.gov.il/ProfessionalInfo/Cadastre/Pages/tazpit.aspx - is an archive of cadastres in Israel.
There is a zipcode address map, but it is up-do-date to 2012 and it's updated to the old zipcode system in Israel and cost 30,000 shekels.
Despite the official description, only basic data is available for for free, and obtaining it requires inputting a search with a minimum of 3 characters. Advanced details about a corporation (e.g. debt status, insolvency) require identification and payment.
It is stated that information online may also be missing, out of date or inaccurate.
- Georg Neumann
- Gil Zaretzer
- Kamil Gregor
- Mor Rubinstein
- Zach Christensen
- Nisha Thompson
- yar michl
- Rebecca Sentance
- Tryggvi Björgvinsson
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Adam Kariv
- Mor Rubinstein
- Oleg Lavrovsky
- ido ivri