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Open:Data:Night – hear how the ODM community has been creative with data during lockdown

It’s a year on from when the UK went into ‘lockdown’ in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – and while it’s certainly not a time for celebration – we know that the data community has continued to use data creatively while many have been stuck behind their screens.

Join us for April’s Open:Data:Night: Being Creative with Data During Lockdown – a showcase of the best data-based creations you’ve made over the past year – on Tuesday 27 April, from 6.30pm to 8pm (BST, GMT+1).

This is a chance for you show off your digital doodles, your knitted numbers or your pie chart art. Perhaps you’ve taken data into the analogue world, coded something creative, or discovered something really elegent in your data wanderings?

There are a number of five to 10-minute slots available for you to show off what you’ve done, how you did it – and maybe even explain how doing data has kept you sane over this tumultuous year.

Register to attend the showcase here, and if you have something you’d like to present, get in touch with