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Philadelphia Data Sets on OpenDataPhilly.org

Looking for Philadelphia municipal data? Check out OpenDataPhilly.org; the official open data reository for Philadelphia. "OpenDataPhilly is based on the idea that providing free and easy access to data information encourages better and more transparent government and a more engaged and knowledgeable citizenry." They provide access to over 300 data sets, applications, and APIs from 60 different organizations in and around the city. The data sets cover many different topics including Budget and Finance, Economy, Education, Elections and Politics, Environment, Health and Human Services, Real Estate and Land Records, and more.

Finding the data you need is easy. Users can search for data sets using keywords or browse by topic. Head over to OpenDataPhilly.org today and take advantage of the open government data!

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