|Rank||Dataset||Breakdown||Location (URL)||Format||Info||Prev. (2014)||Score|
||http://www3.inegi.org.mx/siste...||CSV, ...||#23 70%||100%|
Format: CSV, PDF, XLSX
Data is accessible in a wide variety of formats and can be downloaded in bulk.
Public procurement site is Compranet.
Data from 2010 - 2015
Data from 2002
No change from 2014.
SEPOMEX (Mexico Postal Service) provides up to date information about postal codes, last update being on Jan.15, 2015.
||http://www.inegi.org.mx/geo/co...||WMS, ...||#19 90%||90%|
Format: WMS, PDF, SHP
The list of available web services can be found here: http://www.inegi.org.mx/inegi/contenidos/serviciosweb/infogeografica.aspx Topographical maps can be found here: http://www3.inegi.org.mx/sistemas/biblioteca/detalle2.aspx?c=2031&upc=0&s=geo&tg=999&f=2&cl=0&pf=prod&ef=0&ct=206000000 Data is provided by INEGI in a large variety of formats, including SHP, WMS, GIF, TIF and GEOPDF. It cannot be downloaded in bulk but only for administrative regions. The downloadable is also not timely. But the webservice is. Also the complete webservice application can be downloaded and installed on a PC.
INEGI changed its internal normativity to make all information free. They only charge a cost of distributrion is incurred (eg. printing): http://sc.inegi.org.mx/repositorioNormateca/Nod_23Sep14.pdf
Furthermore, following the change in normativity already provided, starting november 11th, INEGI will adopt the Mexican Open license that can be found at 'http://datos.gob.mx/libreusomx/'.
||http://computos2015.ine.mx/Nac...||.csv, .pdf||#22 70%||60%|
Format: .csv, .pdf
Database is not on it's most detailed level. Vote counts basis are at a ballot level, not at a vote by vote detail. Not openly licensed because no license can be found, only copyright statement.
10/01/2014 - No change from 2013 in detail level. Changed web adress. Added XLS.
Both Legislative Chambers, Diputados (http://www.diputados.gob.mx) and the Senate (http://www.senado.gob.mx) don't have machine readable and bulk data. Nonetheless, outside websites have built APIs and other scrapping-based information flows in order to gather and publish information in sites such as www.curul501.org and apps such as https://itunes.apple.com/mx/app/id625548107?mt=8. Other internal data standards, such as law taxonomy are either not public or don't exist. No license could be found which makes the data not open.
No change from 2013.
Actualización 2015: El estado de los datos no ha cambiado, la información solicitada en los criterios no existe y no hay una licencia clara para el uso de los datos.
Comment to the 2015 update: Legislation data in Mexico do exist, is publicly available, for free, available online, on a timely basis and in digital forms.
Data in this sites is updated at a dainly basis, and specificially the Official Gazette, is by law, updated daily to show any amendment, change or publication of new or existing laws, regulations, and normativity in Mexico.
Information can be accessed in different portals. Most information can is gathered int the National Institute of Ecology (http://sinaica.ine.gob.mx) though machine readable files commonly do not follow a database layout. Data is clustered at a state level and divided in different time-lapse data clusters. Most files are accessible in: http://www.inecc.gob.mx/calaire-presentacion/546-calaire-indicadores The Ministry of Environment's porta contains similar information: http://app1.semarnat.gob.mx/dgeia/clave_2010/clave/indicadores/ibi_apps/ind_clave_05.html http://app1.semarnat.gob.mx/dgeia/clave_2010/clave/indicadores/ibi_apps/ind_clave_06.html http://app1.semarnat.gob.mx/dgeia/clave_2010/clave/indicadores/ibi_apps/ind_clave_08.html Also, data is also identified under research center's web sites, such as Mexico's National Autonomous University: http://www.atmosfera.unam.mx/procca/Ozono.php Furthermore, SEMARNAT's Pollution Transfer and Emissions registry (RETC) contains a national database of air, water, ground and underground contains record of pollution sources and environmental assessments. RETC's landing page can be accesed here: http://www.semarnat.gob.mx/temas/gestionambiental/calidaddelaire/Paginas/retc.aspx and data (not in bulk) accessed here: http://app1.semarnat.gob.mx/retc/retc/index.php No license information found, which means it's not an open license.
Found bulk data for air measurements here but it's not timely (until end of 2008): http://www2.inecc.gob.mx/dgicurg/calaire/tend/horarias/concentra.php
For 2014's review, it was noted that the main data has not been updated since September 6th 2013 16:17hrs. INECC's web site (http://www.inecc.gob.mx/acerca/831-pol-privacidad) does not use an open license. Under it's privacy statement, it indicates "Some rights reserved" and in the policy legend does not explain the terms and conditions for the use of the data besides explicitly prohibiting parcial or total reuse of content for commercial purposes: "Queda estrictamente prohibido la reproducción total o parcial con fines comerciales de los datos, gráficos e información contenidos en esta página, por cualquier medio y de cualquier forma salvo para fines bibliográficos que reconozcan al autor de los documentos publicados en este sitio."
For 2015: There is no air quality data to other regions beside Mexico City. The information in the portal above does not contain the relevant pollutants. Therefore, I indicated the data as does not exist. The link to Mexico City air quality data - http://www.aire.df.gob.mx/default.php
add by yaron the data provided on a timely and up to date basis its can been seem here-i didnt find the page That the information is taken link also the site list Mexico is a Country with online data link
There are several websites that have references to water quality data.
There are several more updated reports that have water quality assessments of various water body sources.
There is also the water data portal: http://18.104.22.168/sina/Default5.aspx?tab=2
However, I can't find any downloadable dataset of the parameters.
http://www.transparenciapresupuestaria.gob.mx is a very nice website detailing government spending. However it does not include transactional data but only indicates that the data exists and is digital.
Comments to the reviewer and OD Index: Neither the International Monetary Funds’ (IMF) Fiscal Transparency Code of 2014 nor the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Council on Budgetary Governance Recommendations of 2015 make reference to transactional information (including individual transaction records) as a relevant aggregate but, in terms of openness, stress particularly on coverage, comparability, fullness and relevance, establishing clear and homogenous expenditures classifications.
Therefore, it is important to mention that the Open Budget Survey, conducted by the International Budget Partnership does not contemplate transactional information as part of the neither the survey. Nevertheless, it does include the transparency of disaggregated information by line item according to the established recognized classifications.
In accordance to the above-mentioned and globally recognized best practices on fiscal transparency, the Mexican fiscal transparency portal: www.transparenciapresupuestaria.gob.mx does provide for substantial and open spending information, as acknowledged by the International Budget Partnership in their Open Budget Index score for 2015 in open formats.
Finally, it is noteworthy that 2014 and 2015 index, according to the website, has the same parameters of evaluating this variable, nonetheless the evaluation with same (and even more) information published from year to year has brought the assessment down. Therefore, for it to be a comparable and functional index, it should disclose the methodology changes that generate this downgrade.
Cadaster data available in INEGI is free, publicly available and online. All in accordance to the Index's definitions and methodology.
Added to the above, parcel information, common use lands, communal polygons, and polygons of land destined to housing are available as open data, with a free license in: http://busca.datos.gob.mx/#/instituciones/ran
Despite the fact that data is available under the Treasury and Economic Ministry, there is no public database available to the public. Some query mechanisms exist in order to find basic company information based on the name of the company or their tax id. It is also possible to download generated search results in .XLS format.
No change from 2014.
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