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The InfoRM index will be released in November 2014. For the sake of transparency and openness, the beta-version of the InfoRM index, released in January 2014, is available for download. The index and methodology is currently undergoing thorough analysis by InfoRM core partners, in particular on its performance and relevance in different sectors and the feasibility of adapting internal decision processes to use InfoRM. You're welcome to download and analyse InfoRM data, but please be cautious with your interpretation and carefully read the methodology and current limitations of InfoRM, as well as the future developments. Your feedback is welcome.

InfoRM Feedback

InfoRM Feedback

Please provide comments, suggestions or other feedback on the InfoRM project, methodology and results. Constructive feedback is essential to make the InfoRM index meet its purpose of being a transparent, open, collaborative and shared humanitarian risk index.

Lukas SReally great dataset and visualisation. Is it somehow possible to import the result-excel provided on the page to fill the statplanet map data? I can't get it done with my installation. Or do you use a separate datasource for the map? Thanks!

9/11/2014

    Bill AndersonThis is a fantastic resource. Are there any plans for access to the data from an API so that we can automatically embed it into our own work?

    5/7/2014

    • Tom De Groeve (JRC)The API is in the making. We'll release an early version before the summer.6/4/2014

    Luca Vernaccini (JRC)Correction: The real-time version and the January release has been updated due to an error in the data input. The data of "Government Effectiveness" indicator for Romania, Palestine and Timor-Leste has been corrected.

    5/7/2014

      SuperUser AccountA Real-time version and a 5-year trend have been added as subpages of Results. These show respectively an update with the latest available indicator data (not validated) and a 5-year trend from 2010 to 2014.

      4/5/2014

        Luca Vernaccini (JRC)An improved version of the Excel sheet has been uploaded at 14:00 UTC on 26/2/2014. We added beta disclaimer, improved the methodology explanation, inserted new sheets with the Indicator Metadata and Regions subdivision.

        2/26/2014

          SuperUser AccountSeveral small errors have been discovered over the past days, and the JRC will upload corrected versions of the documents below on Monday 27 January.

          1/24/2014

            Tom De Groeve (JRC)The Soft Launch of the InfoRM index is done. Data, maps and methodology are online.

            1/23/2014

            • Tom De Groeve (JRC)Correction: The Excel sheet initially published on the website had corrupted due to a broken link between countries and data. It was updated at 11:00 Italy time on 23/01. Please do not consider or distribute earlier versions. Apologies for this error.1/23/2014

            Tom De Groeve (JRC)While the website is publicly available, there are still some inconsistencies and data errors that need correction. This is part of the soft launch.

            1/17/2014

              SuperUser Accountcreated the group InfoRM Feedback

              Please provide comments, suggestions or other feedback on the InfoRM project, methodology and results. Constructive feedback is essential to make the InfoRM index meet its purpose of being a transparent, open, collaborative and shared humanitarian risk index.

              1/17/2014