The Open Data Barometer is only possible thanks to the contributions of a wide network of contributors. Our thanks to the following:
Lead Author: Tim Davies, with Raed M. Sharif and Jose M. Alonso. (Correspondence to email@example.com)
Research Coordination: Carlos Iglesias, Raed M. Sharif, Ginette Law, Aman Grewal, Jose M. Alonso and Laura M. James Bromwich
Visualisation: Dave Tarrant, Tim Davies, Alvaro Graves and Miska Knapek
Research Design Advisor: Hania Farhan
The process for collecting new primary data was based on an expert researcher assessment survey. The work of scorers was supported by peer reviewers for each country (the scorer and the peer reviewer did their work independently of each other), in order to validate or otherwise question and improve the scorers results. A group of technical reviewers and regional reviewers also examined the scores for each indicator. A final level of checking and validation was conducted by the project team.
The World Wide Web Foundation would like to thank the following participants, who were instrumental in fulfilling and completing the assessment surveys for the Web Index and the Open Data Barometer. (Note: Some participants asked to remain anonymous.)
Technical assessors: Alvaro Graves, John Bosco Mubiru, Michael Hoerz, Rayna Stamboliyska, Nisha Thompson, Pierre Chrzanowski, Oleg Lavrovsky, Carlos Iglesias, Josef Hardi, Mor Rubinstein, Norhidayah Azman, Miska Knapek and Atif Abdul Rahman
Context & Impact Researchers: Mariana Mas, Michael Hoerz, Rayna Stamboliyska, Caroline Gans Combe, Gisele Craviero, Pierre Chrzanowski, Vincent Manzerolle, Alberto Cerda, Q.Z., Carlos Andres Barahona, Israel Aragon, Michal Kuban, Thorhildur Jetzek, Nadesha Montalvo, Soha Farouk, Askur Alas, Leena Kylmanen, Caroline Gans Combe, Michael Hoerz, Zsuzsanna Vári Kovács, John Bosco Mubiru, Ehud Assaf, Ernesto Belisario, Richard John Smart, Baria Ahmar, Judith Ogutu, Geoffrey Cain, Patrick Semphere, Pierre Chrzanowski, Dessalegn Mequanint Yehuala, Emilene Martinez Morales, Abderahman Zohry, Dessalegn Mequanint Yehuala, Htaike Htaike Aung, Kersti Ruth Wissenbach, Kostas Antypas, Pablo Pérez Álvarez, Analisa V. Puod, Frederico Cavazzini, Rayna Stamboliyska, Dessalegn Mequanint Yehuala, Rayna Stamboliyska, Zsuzsanna Vari-Kovacs, Soenke Ziesche, Jose María Álvarez Rodriguez, Andreas Kuehn, Leonida Mutuku, Suluck Lamubol, Sofiane Bouhdiba, Igbal Safarov, Wes Schwalje, Fiona Namutebi, Nikhil Agarwal, Volodymyr Shemayev, Maximilian Heimstädt, Iria, Puyosa, Walid Al-Saqaf, Glory Mushinge, Denboy Kudejira.
Reviewers: Julieta Valente, Keisha Taylor, Frederike Kaltheuner, Leonida Mutuku, Daphnee Iglesias, Frank Hangler, Hieke van der Vaart, Gerard Walsh, Johan de Aguas, Caroline Burle, Kim Bach, Israel Aragon, Tarmo Vahter, Daniel Schildt,, Petrovic Liliane, Frederike Kaltheuner, Andras Loke, Askur Alas, Nikhil Agarwal, Mor Rubinstein, Angela Corrias, Maurice MacNaughton, Soha Farouk, Bonfas Owinga, Haklae Kim, Dessalegn Mequanint, Jankee Kheswar, Claudia Munaiz, Rayna Stamboliyska, Aquinaldo Célio Tomás, Deepak Adhikari, Keisha Taylor, Mariana Mas, Daphnee Iglesias, Nathanael Hategekimana, Atif Abderahman, Juan José Méndez, Maximilian Heimstädt, Jamal Msami, Mustapha Chouikha, Mark Townsend, John Bosco, Amanda Meng, Raisa Urribarri, Marianne Brown, Boniface Dulani.
Data sources: We are thankful to the following organisations whose data we draw upon in the secondary data portion of the Barometer:
Report developed using: R, Jekyll, bootstrap, d3, nvd3, jquery, radarChart, jquery csv, jquery dataTables, databars, datamaps
Survey platform: Ben Doherty, Oomph Inc.
Icons from the Noun Project With thanks to Anton Gajdosik, Simple Icons, Jorge Calvo García, OCHA Visual Information Unit, gilbert bages, hunotika, Lil Squid, Jaime Carrion, Douglas Nash, NAS
Funding: Support for the Open Data Barometer report was provided through IDRC Grant 107075 (www.idrc.ca). The 2013 report, and much of the methodological development, was also supported by the Open Data Institute.
This report also draws upon content from The Web Index, funded by UK Aid.