Students from eight schools reach the final of the Barcelona Open Data ChallengeEight projects have been announced as the finalists in the Barcelona Open Data Challenge. Students at eight Barcelona schools developed the projects using information from the municipal open date website. The winner will be announced in a ceremony which culminates the challenge on 8 May.
The second edition of the Barcelona Open Data Challenge moves into the last stage with the publication of the finalists, eight projects put together by students at the following schools:
- Col·legi FEDAC-Amílcar
- Institut Ferran Tallada
- Institut Joan Brossa
- Institut Josep Serrat i Bonastre
- Institut Juan Manuel Zafra
- ECAT Institut Lluïsa Cura
- Institut Tecnològic de Barcelona
- Institut Vila de Gràcia
The students who have developed the projects will present them at the closing ceremony on 8 May, when the winner will be announced.
Barcelona Open Data Challenge
With the goal of using open date to stimulate research on the city and its inhabitants, the Barcelona Open Data Challenge is a chance for schools to encourage third and fourth-year secondary school students to engage in analysis using technology and digital resources. The Open Data website has over four hundred datasets with information on the territory, the population, the city, services, administration, the economy and business, all updated periodically.
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