We’re kicking off 2016 with a quick look at some cool stuff the OpenAQ Community has recently built on top of OpenAQ, an open-source platform that shares real-time air quality data through an open API.
These tools and the people building them across three continents illustrate the incredible power of open-source, open data projects. …and it makes us excited to see what the OpenAQ Community builds in 2016!
- Dulguun Battulga’s air quality data visualizer that lets you compare recent air quality data from any of the 400+ stations aggregated into the OpenAQ repository. Dulguun is based in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
- Maëlle Salmon’s API wrapper for R. Maëlle is in Barcelona, Spain.
- David Hagan’s API wrapper for Python. David is based in Massachusetts, United States.
Are you doing something cool with OpenAQ? Let the community know! Shoot us an email at email@example.com so we can spread the awesomeness.