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Our members or participants come from a variety of backgrounds, including, but not limited to
 
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* Public sector organisations and employees
 
* Public sector organisations and employees
 
* Private sector companies
 
* Private sector companies

Latest revision as of 18:41, 27 September 2020

Open Data Scotland is a community. It is not an organisation or a constituted body.

Our members or participants come from a variety of backgrounds, including, but not limited to

  • Civic society
  • Public sector organisations and employees
  • Private sector companies
  • The Press
  • Academia

The roles of participants are many

  • data publishers
  • data scientists
  • data analysts
  • data visualisation specialists
  • campaigners
  • activists
  • journalists
  • lecturers
  • students
  • researchers
  • geographers

More important than our individual backgrounds are our common values, interests and objectives.