Openaid.se

Case study of Openaid.se by The GovLab

Researchers at the New York based organisation The GovLab are investigating how open data is used around the world in different sectors and countries. Openaid.se is one of the 19 projects they have chosen to examine for their case studies … Continued

New feature: Treemap visualization

In order to improve the usability of Openaid.se we have added a new type of visualization on the startpage. Instead of the graph showing the development over time, the default visualization is now a treemap showing the total aid divided by recipient … Continued

White paper, part 4: Keys to success and the road ahead

Implementing aid transparency in Sweden, part 4 The progress made by Sida so far is due to a number of factors, including: support from political and management levels; broad organisational involvement from  officers, statisticians, IT staff, archivists and program managers, and; … Continued

New data and functionality

Openaid.se is continually updated both with new data and functions. During January and February a number of improvements have been implemented. The site search function now goes through both activity data and documents. At the same time the total number of … Continued

The making of Openaid.se

Sida has been publishing IATI data since 2011, but this is the first time that we are actually “eating our own dog food” in the sense that the data on the website comes straight from Sweden’s IATI xml-file in the IATI Datastore. … Continued

A new generation of Openaid.se

We are happy to launch the new version of the Swedish aid transparency tracker Openaid.se. This tracker brings a lot of new features – both visible and in the backend system. We have focused more on the professional user and making … Continued