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When it’s Wednesday, it’s Catalog & Cocktails

We started our data podcast, Catalog & Cocktails, as a way to stay connected and keep the discussion going about data in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our virtual happy hour over Zoom has been a hit, and we’re excited to announce that in 2021, we already have a phenomenal lineup of experts to join our podcast and share their perspectives.

data.world community hits an impressive milestone

The data.world community hits an impressive milestone: we have now activated over a million accounts across out enterprise and community data platforms. Clear, accurate, and trustworthy data is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, and our partners use data.world to serve critical data to enable everyone to dig in and analyze.

Data context is key to understanding COVID-19 data

With so many people talking about, thinking about, and working with COVID-19 data, it’s often difficult to filter out the noise and get to what’s useful. That’s why we’re working with partners and community members to curate the highest quality data and bring it to...

Say hello at Data Day Texas 2020’s Global Graph Summit!

Austin will be the center of graph geekiness this January 24-25 with the Global Graph Summit at Data Day Texas 2020. The event brings together key players from the graph community, and it’s an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the graph...

Three years in pursuit of a mission that really matters

On July 11, 2019, we celebrated our third anniversary of data.world’s launch.  We gathered at the Alamo Drafthouse, followed by bowling and axe-throwing (yes, you read that right—it’s a thing now) at High 5.  It was tremendous fun and I truly feel so proud to be a...

Check out this powerful #SXSW schedule query tool

Imagine having it all at your fingertips.  All the sessions, speakers, and venues in a simple interface that tells you exactly what you need to know. That's what a query template does for data like SXSW's session information. While this was a private internal tool in...