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U.S. National Library of Medicine API’s:

This is a list of the APIs from their various sub-organizations.  We currently use clinicaltrials.gov to serve up data to Clinical Collections, but this list lays out convenient opportunities for more data mashups.

Free GIS Data!

“As a PhD student working in Remote Sensing and GIS, I have spent a lot of time looking for free datasets that I can use in my research. All of the datasets below are free to use for academic and non-profit work, and don’t require any special academic registration, although most of them ask you to cite their papers/website. Some datasets will be free to use for commercial work too – please check the terms of use on each dataset’s website.”(PhD student Robin Wilson)

The Cult of Done Manifesto

The Cult of Done Manifesto began as a blog post by robot producer Bre Pettis and became a community, both through his blog and through the expanded Facebook group.  The Cult of Done Manifesto is a fun, visual way to reference LEAN principles and outcomes.

The Open HHS Blog by Todd Park

We met Todd Park at the 2012 Data Palooza and enjoyed his outlook. “Chief Technology Officer, Todd Park, writes about harnessing the power of data, technology and innovation to improve the health and welfare of the nation.”

The Walking Gallery

Regina Holliday creates amazing works of art that bring to light the beauty, challenge and dignity of patients living with disease. “We are the Gallery that walks.  We are the Patients that wear our stories on our backs.”

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