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Submission + - Australian stats agency goes open source (computerworld.com.au)

jimboh2k writes: The Australian Bureau of Statistics will use the 2011 Census of Population and Housing as a dry run for XML-based open source standards DDI and SDMX in a bid to make for easier machine-to-machine data, allowing users to better search for and access census datasets. The census will become the first time the open standards are used by an Australian Federal Government agency.
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Australian stats agency goes open source

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