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Socio-technical Impediments of Open Data

@inproceedings{Zuiderwijk2012SociotechnicalIO,
  title={Socio-technical Impediments of Open Data},
  author={Amg Zuiderwijk and Marijn Janssen and Sunil Choenni and Ronald Meijer and Roexsana Sheikh Alibaks},
  year={2012}
}
There is an increasing demand for opening data provided by public and private organisations. Various organisations have already started to publish their data and potentially there are many benefits to gain. However, realising the intended positive effects and creating value from using open data on a large scale is easier said than done. Opening and using data encounters numerous impediments which can have both a socio and a technical nature. Yet, no overview of impediments is available from the… 

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