New video about the “reegle tagging API” available

 

Your organisation has amassed a vast, valuable storehouse of electronic documents. Unfortunately, they are not particularly well-ordered or categorized. They also lack tagging for online search-ability, so visitors to your own website have no effective way of finding and accessing the wealth of information that is already there. Or, your resources are actually organized and categorized quite well, but no two documents are cross-linked with each other. You want to offer your users a simple system that extracts particular topics  from your articles and offers definitions, synonyms and links to open resources such as Wikipedia?
We have an automated, free-to-use solution for these types of common  problems!

Reegle has developed  a free content tagging tool available to anyone who provides online resources in the clean energy field.  The reegle tagging API  automatically extracts tags from your documents and web content dealing with renewable energy, energy efficiency and climate-relevant topics in five languages (English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and German) . Continue reading “New video about the “reegle tagging API” available”

World Bank collection of development visualizations

Have you seen the World Bank Viz page on tumblr already? It’s a cool selection of all the visualizations World Bank has collected to make sense of available open data.

The aim is to fight poverty by understanding the reasons and facts on one hand, and on the other to promote transparency and end corruption.

What you can currently find on the page includes: small_recycle.gif Continue reading “World Bank collection of development visualizations”

New visualization about national action on climate change

The global climate-action-map is a cool application making use of publicly available datasets to visualize which countries are actively engaged in the fight against climate change. It has been released by the Climate Institute.

All major emitting countries are implementing policies to reduce emissions, drive clean energy investment and improve energy efficiency. This is driven by a range of factors including the need to reduce local and global air pollution, avoid environmental degradation, improve energy security and build new industries and employment opportunities. This map provides a summary of high-level national actions on climate change and a good point to start researching the facts. Continue reading “New visualization about national action on climate change”