Developers can now access the data and reuse them for their own purposes.Since 2016, the public authorities in Brussels have made as many data as possible freely accessible on opendatastore.brussels. The aim is to allow the general public and more specifically journalists, businesses and students to use the data effectively. Since the launch of the open data site, a large amount of data has been made public, including the Brussels cultural agenda, Brussels map data in 3D and public spending.
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