OpenTurf (ODAF) enables citizen interaction with geo-enabled open data by creating interactive maps. Using OpenTurf, governments can share data and gather feedback on specific data points by presenting a "mash up" of location-aware open data sets, and enabling social sharing and commenting from the public.
ODAF OpenTurf enables you to:
Visualise multiple datasets in one centralised location
Rate, comment, and tag individual data points in multiple datasets
Upload your own data points (mash up your data with other datasets)
Interact with visual points as well as boundary (polygon) information
Watch the OpenTurf live demo, download the code, or install Open Turf using Open Data Installer.
Government agencies using OpenTurf/ODAF
Saône et Loire, France
: Visualising tourism information, including transportation, cultural and natural heritage landmarks
: OpenTurf implementation in France with data from Paris and Provence
: Canadian implementation of OpenTurf with datasets from multiple cities with open data initiatives