A Geiger counter for crime - a mobile app that combines hyperlocal census/crime data with the users' current or entered location to provide a "safety reading". Crime statistics for the 2 block radius around the location used.
Visually track Congress with maps. BillMaps puts Congressional bills on the map.
|OpenGovernmentDataInitiative, GovTrack.us, GoogleMaps|
|Blocks and Lots|
API access to NYCs 5 million+ property records.
|Call for The Dream|
Call Congress using the Twilio.js client.
|Citizen Service Requests|
Citizens can request service and check the status of service requests using Google Maps, Cityworks local API and ReCaptcha. Citizens can solicit a request by entering an address manually or select a location from a Google Map.
CityCon allows you to find detailed information about any member of the current 110th U.S. Congress.
Prototype of the technology to create a set of visualization widgets that make use of eGovPDX's City Council Connect API. Will be developing further to create a vote count widgets for desktop and blog.
|Congress Meets Second Life|
Using the SunlightLabs APIs, Kiwini Oe of Clear Ink created info centers on the Second Life Capitol Hill that offer detailed information on members of the U.S. Congress. This links shows you a YouTube video of the mashup.
A mashup developed to emulate a social networking platform for Congress. It uses over 10 APIs and links to: news, blogs, comments, bio information, voting records, campaign finance and more. PHP source code available.
|YouTube, Yahoo, Technorati, OpenSecrets, GoogleSocialGraph, Google, FriendFeed, Flickr, Eventful, CapitolWords, BackType|
|Congress Sunlight Foundation Android App|
Congress is an app for Google Andriod pones that is a pocket Congressional directory. Uses the Sunlight Labs API to show you up-to-date info about members of Congress, and to pull in updates from members Twitter and YouTube accounts.
|YouTube, Yahoo, Twitter, SunlightLabsCongress|
An iPhone app that mashes up a variety of different data for Congress including videos, twitter feeds, office maps, click to call, find legislator by GPS, recent votes, websites and committees.
|CPI Media Tracker|
From the Well Connected project at The Center for Public Integrity, the Media Tracker is an online database that, aside from mapping broadcast towers, provides an array of data on the reach and influence of companies that control the flow of information.
|Crime in Denver Colorado |
These data come from Denver Police Department reports on crimes and are updated a few times per week. They do not include every crime reported to police or incidents to which police respond that do not result in a police report.
|CrocTail Corporate Watch|
CrocTail provides an interface for browsing information parsed from SEC filings about several hundred thousand U.S. publicly traded corporations and their foreign subsidiaries.
Cubit offers cut-and-paste ready planning data for a fee. Uses a Google Map to accept input of the area (free registration required).
|D.C. Historic Tours|
DCHistoricTours.com is mashup that allows tourists to create tours of D.C. All of the data is pulled from D.C.'s government data feeds.
|Yelp, Wikipedia, GoogleMaps, Flickr|
View details and comment on California education, health and current legislation. Promotes collaboration by allowing users to submit ideas on how the government should spend taxpayer money.
|Twitter, GoogleMaps, Facebook|
|DC Shot Spotter|
The District’s ShotSpotter has detected 39,000 outdoor gunshot incidents in the past eight years. Sensors cover about a third of the city and are concentrated where gun crime is highest. It allows police to respond immediately to the exact location where shots are fired and provides a dramatic picture of the danger faced in many neighborhoods. Results are displayed here using MapBox.
|Display of US Political Information|
Comprehensive display of National, State, and Local political information
|SunlightLabsCongress, OpenSecrets, NewYorkTimesCongress, NewYorkTimesCampaignFinance, MapLight, FollowTheMoney|
|Ease of Doing Business Map|
World Bank-produced Google map on doing business in 175 countries. Countries are color-coded for ease of doing business there: easy, moderate, and difficult, in green, yellow and red respectively.