Open Data Manager

Thousands of data resources are getting published regularly in the field of Health, Environment, Government, Society, Education, Transport, Business and Economy etc, and several others, opening a great opportunity for researchers to get benefited. In several cases, the shared data on the data portals have huge size with multiple file types, basic searching, no relationships, no statistics or data analytics tools , which makes this whole research process extremely time consuming and difficult for the researchers.

Apps submitted to data.gov.uk are currently approved for publication on the general level of their context and appropriateness. Whilst we review these on a periodical basis, we do not own responsibility for the regular update and maintenance of these apps. Any queries about individual apps or tools published need to be directed to the originator.

NHS Data Portal

Key Features

  • Exact and Partial Matching

Each search parameter has an 'Exact Match' option. This forces the system to match on the whole value only. Turn off this option to find data that partially matches a search parameter. For example, a partial match on organisation code ‘G0102’ will return all organisations whose code contains this text. This is useful when the exact value is unknown.

Apps submitted to data.gov.uk are currently approved for publication on the general level of their context and appropriateness. Whilst we review these on a periodical basis, we do not own responsibility for the regular update and maintenance of these apps. Any queries about individual apps or tools published need to be directed to the originator.

Data Portal Guidance - Organogram visualisation tool

Part of the Data Portal Quick-Setup Guides being compiled by the data.gov.uk team. The aim is to provide quick, introductory documentation on the process of setting up a data portal for government.
These are being created under an iterative project, with new versions being produced as new content is available, mainly derived from our conversations with other governments about what issues they face in setting up their data portals, as such, this can be considered living documents, formal drafts that will evolve with time.

Data Portal Guidance - Organogram visualisation guide

Part of the Data Portal Quick-Setup Guides being compiled by the data.gov.uk team. The aim is to provide quick, introductory documentation on the process of setting up a data portal for government.
These are being created under an iterative project, with new versions being produced as new content is available, mainly derived from our conversations with other governments about what issues they face in setting up their data portals, as such, this can be considered living documents, formal drafts that will evolve with time.

Data Portal Guidance - Organogram Guidance

Part of the Data Portal Quick-Setup Guides being compiled by the data.gov.uk team. The aim is to provide quick, introductory documentation on the process of setting up a data portal for government.
These are being created under an iterative project, with new versions being produced as new content is available, mainly derived from our conversations with other governments about what issues they face in setting up their data portals, as such, this can be considered living documents, formal drafts that will evolve with time.

Data Portal Guidance - Local Governance

Part of the Data Portal Quick-Setup Guides being compiled by the data.gov.uk team. The aim is to provide quick, introductory documentation on the process of setting up a data portal for government.
These are being created under an iterative project, with new versions being produced as new content is available, mainly derived from our conversations with other governments about what issues they face in setting up their data portals, as such, this can be considered living documents, formal drafts that will evolve with time.

Data Portal Guidance - General Governance

Part of the Data Portal Quick-Setup Guides being compiled by the data.gov.uk team. The aim is to provide quick, introductory documentation on the process of setting up a data portal for government.
These are being created under an iterative project, with new versions being produced as new content is available, mainly derived from our conversations with other governments about what issues they face in setting up their data portals, as such, this can be considered living documents, formal drafts that will evolve with time.