The data from PetaJakarta.org is available for project partners and other researchers under an open license. If you'd like to use our data then we'd love to hear from you!
|Twitter activity aggregates||Counts of tweets related to flooding in Jakarta within polygon geometries representing the 'RW' municipal scale at six hour intervals||Geosocial|
|Waterways||Line geometries representing the river and canal network in Jakarta||Infrastructure|
|Pumps||Point geometries representing the location of pump stations in Jakarta||Infrastructure|
|Floodgates||Point geometries representing the location of floodgates in Jakarta||Infrastructure|
Our open data collection archive does not contain individual tweets, but anonymised counts of Twitter activity at the 'RW' level. The live map at PetaJakarta.org does store any information about users; all information derived from location-enabled mobile devices is stored and displayed anonymously.
The PetaJakarta.org Open Data Collection is part of the PetaJakarta Collaborative Data Sharing Project, supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS). ANDS is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program. Visit http://ands.org.au or Research Data Australia (services.ands.org.au) to find out more.
You can contact the PetaJakarta.org team via email or Twitter.
LicensingCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Data APIThe PetaJakarta.org API provides data in GeoJSON and TopoJSON formats. You can view the API documentation at https://petajakarta.org/banjir/en/data/api/
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Data RecordsView records of the data at the Research Data Australia portal https://researchdata.ands.org.au/petajakartaorg/552178
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