Relying on modern data science, the re-use of open governmental data, open science data, and novel harmonized data collection we aim to fill in the gaps left in the official statistics of the European Union about the creative and cultural sectors and industries.
An ambitious project to connect environmental sensory data, political and policy survey data with socio-economic indicators.
Our observatory is monitoring the certain segments of the European economy, and develops tools for computational antitrust in Europe.
An incubator for socio-economic data observatories. Its first offspring is the Competition Data Observatory.
The Digital Music Observatory is a fully automated, open source, open data observatory that links public datasets in order to provide a comprehensive view of the European music industry.