by Steven Romalewski • March 24th, 2011
New Community Data Features on OASIS We are testing some new features on OASIS (the Open Accessible Space Information System),...
by Haruka Horiuchi and Frank Hebbert • October 6th, 2010
Haruka Horiuchi and Frank Hebbert started a project to map all the residential buildings in New York with proper names. Find out what they're up to and contribute names and photos of buildings you know.
Erratic time lines, gaps in outdated information and incompatible forms often frustrate the process of locating and accessing data from city agencies. Even learning what data exists – let alone its availability – may require some serious mining. Besides, once researchers and tech developers get their hands on data, the city may have its own ideas about...
The Omnibus Roundup – BigApps, pedestrians and transit, Clip-on follow-up, maps and architecture-centric art
by Urban Omnibus • February 5th, 2010
App-lovers take note: the NYC Economic Development Corporation has presented the winners of its NYC BigApps contest. The winners, who...