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Re-launching data.gov with interactive data

Launched just two years ago as a site for users to find and download “bulk” data sets from federal government agencies, Data.Gov is re-launching a “next generation” version with datasets that are “interactive” meaning you can search, filter, and explore data on the fly with your web browser. “You can also create charts and maps, and APIs are available for developers.”

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