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The Detroit Open Data Portal was created in 2015, aiming to transform the relationship between city residents and their government through the publication of the city's data. Datasets are collected by individual city departments but are curated, cleaned, and ingested into the portal by a team at the city's Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT). Many datasets are missing data dictionaries and structured metadata, making it difficult for many users to make use of the city's open data.doi:10.7302/224 fatcat:jnqfxhzwlve5hfjgih6543n3zy