Open Data Inventory (ODIN)

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) assesses the coverage and openness of official statistics to identify gaps, promote open data policies, improve access, and encourage dialogue between national statistical offices (NSOs) and data users.

ODIN 2022/23 covers 195 countries. Use this website to explore and download the results from 2022 or previous years. On the map below, click on a country to see more information. In the box displaying a country’s score, click on the country name to go to the country profile page.

Read the ODIN 2022/23 Biennial Report to learn more about the global results and new release of the ODIN-Gender Data Index.

Global Scores
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Last updated: August 9, 2023
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Data and Methodology

The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) measures how complete a country’s statistical offerings are and whether their data meet international standards of openness. Data assessed in ODIN must be official country data that are published on the national statistics office’s (NSO) website or any other official country website that is linked from the NSO website.

Coverage scores are based on the availability of key indicators and appropriate disaggregations over time and for geographic subdivisions.

Openness scores are based on whether data can be downloaded in machine-readable and non-proprietary formats, are accompanied by metadata and whether download options exist such as bulk download and user-selection or APIs, and have an open terms of use or data license.

For more information on methods see ODIN 2022/23 Methodology Guide.

ODIN Score