In our Case Study series, we are highlighting projects and organisations who are working with the Frictionless Data specifications and software in interesting and innovative ways.

In this ‘Always Already Computational - Collections as Data’ facet, Open Knowledge International’s Dan Fowler and Carnegie Museum of Arts’ (CMOA) David Newbury document the release of CMOA data on Github for public access and creative use, and use of Frictionless Data’s set of specifications in the process.

This blog post was originally published as part of the Collections as Data Facets document collections on the Always Already Computational - Collections as Data website.

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