#OpenData Highlights: Air pollution in London

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Last week's edition of Data is Plural featured a data set on air pollution in London:
London air pollution. The London Air Quality Network, run by researchers at King's College London, gathers data on levels of nitrogen dioxide, ozone, fine particulate matter, and other pollutants from more than 100 monitoring sites. You can download the data as CSV files (for up to six metric and site combinations at a time) or fetch JSON and XML data from the site’s API. Related: London air pollution live data – where will be first to break legal limits in 2018? ” (The Guardian). Previously: Air quality data from the EPA (DIP 2017.10.04), OpenAQ (DIP 2017.03.29), Berkeley Earth (DIP 2017.03.22), and the World Health Organization (DIP 2016.06.15).
Air quality data "across the pond" here at home was featured last year. I like that I get to see some repeat themes in these newsletters, including medical image scans, foodborne illness, and air and water quality.

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