IATI Studio Chart Builder
Get more insight in aid development data, the Chart Builder enables users like non-profits, donors and other organisations working or related to the aid development sector to visualise and analyse any data from the IATI Registry.
Users select their data context (a reporting organisation or specific country for example) and will be able to filter those IATI fields on the fly, leaving them with interactive chart, ready for re-use and dissemination.
Charts will be stored in a user’s library and they can be shared with other team members or the general public or the IATI Studio Community web-portal. Live embed codes and saving as PNG and SVG images will be offered, ensuring widespread re-use of IATI data.
Estimated time of release: Released in May 2016, currently working on extended features and processing user feedback from the 1st beta release.
IATI Studio Publisher
Start publishing data! The IATI Publisher allows for validated IATI publication, both on activity level and organisation level. Organisations who lack in house capacity or knowledge will be able to publish IATI data. Drafted data will be available before the user chooses to export the data to a valid XML file.
IATI Studio provides the user with a private only preview in a web theme every step of the way, before actual public publication. The aim is also to provide an organisation with a CSV file, which they can use on a local non networked level for data entry. This CSV file can subsequently be fed back into IATI Publisher, making it available for validated XML export. Rulesets – based on donor requirements – can be preset by users, ensuring all data complies with donor specifications.
Estimated time of release: 4th quarter 2016 / 1st quarter 2017
IATI Studio Micro-site Builder
Reduce costs with the Micro-site Builder, it will allow non-technical users, like marketing communication departments to create IATI web-portals on the fly, no coding involved. Just add the data, logo’s, custom fonts, colors and create your open data portal, then publish and share it with your organisation or community.
Micro-site themes will range from simple transparency web-portals (e.g. openaid.NL, open UNESCO, open UN-Habitat for example) to more complex themes. After the user has made a selection of data, the website is saved and stored for further re-use. Subsequently, any charts or data produced by the IATI Chart Builder or published with IATI Publisher can be used in any IATI Studio web theme
Estimated time of release: 1st quarter 2017