The Global Data Barometer assesses the state of data in 109 countries. Among other tools, an expert survey covered the period May 2019 – May 2021 and provided evidence on the governance, capability, availability, and use of data across a variety of sectors. The Barometer breaks down the concept of data for the public good into various components and sub-components, each assessed separately. Results are then aggregated into an overall score. You can explore that evidence below.
The Global Data Barometer is a global index study accomplished through an expert survey that is collaboratively designed. We draw on more than 100 country-level researchers. These researchers, drawing on local sources, online resources, and in-depth dataset assessments, provide evidence on the governance, capability, availability, and use of data for public good across a variety of sectors, providing justifications and supporting evidence for their answers.
You can explore their collected evidence here:
The methodology and data collection processes of this first pilot edition of the Global Data Barometer will be assessed and reviewed for the next edition.
Data analysis does not necessarily represent the views, positions or opinions of the individual partner organizations, and any errors or omissions are the sole responsibility of the Global Data Barometer project.
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