Datasets provided by this service come alive with the help of showcases (visualisations, research, webservices and data journalism).
The creators of open data applications are often researchers, freelancers and software developers, but with the help of improved development and visualisation tools anyone can utilise these datasets. You can find additional information on how to use open data from our guide.
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Coronavirus is spreading fast in Europe and in Finland. This showcase visualises the number of infections in Finland and shows them on a map. Coronavirus map works well on mobile as well. Showcase uses open data from Helsingin Sanomat. The data is updated automatically every two minutes. Note...
Koronavirus-showcase shows you the number of infections in Finland at the current moment and also e.g. the number of people who have recovered from the virus. You can also look a timeline of Coronavirus in Finland and the number of infections in different hospital districts. The showcase is only...
Lääkärihinta.fi-service was released in 2015 with a goal to make health services more price transparent. With lääkärinhinta.fi you can compare the price of doctors, dentists, MRI scans and vets easily. Select a service or a symptom and a city and then the application shows you the different...