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White House Launches More Open Data Initiatives
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10/27/2014 | 7:39:50 PM
My hope is that the open data initiatives help more people warm up to data and set the stage for improved learning. According to a recent SAS survey, only 11 percent of organizations see themselves as highly capable of knowing which questions to ask. Familiarity and openness could only help improve this situation. 


Peter Fretty
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10/20/2014 | 10:56:37 AM
making the best of the open data initiative
I think this is a great effort made by president Obama.  Information is an important asset in this age.  I think there are two things missing.  There should be efforts to advertise that this information is available and there should be workshops for the general public showing them how to access and to use the information there.  The information there can really make a huge impact on a person, whether is buying a house or managing their health  


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