Applications using IATI data
Because IATI data is open, standardised and machine readable, technical users can freely convert it into databases, spreadsheets, web applications, printed documents or data visualisations. As more data is published in the IATI format, more information intermediaries will develop new applications that will help users access IATI information in ways that are meaningful to them. Here are some early examples:
Collects all the data in the IATI Registry, allows users to search or browse via a simple user interface and provides advanced data users with bespoke raw data packages via a RESTful API.
Makes it easy to browse through thousands of detailed aid activity datasets published using the IATI standard. See country, sector and funder datasets profiles and create a personalised portfolio of activities to monitor. Designed for tablet devices and the web.
Members of the community are developing new applications and tools using IATI-compliant data all the time. Find out more here and learn more about how to use IATI data.