Datasets

JumpStart Georgia offers a wide-variety of datasets that you can use for your research, organization or personal use. These datasets come from JumpStart Georgia, non-governmental organizations and governmental organizations.

Title Date Posted Language(s) Dataset Type Source Description File Format File Data Licensesort descending Tags
Aggregate Map Data 10/11/2010 English/Georgian Boundaries, Points of Interest, Railway, Roads, Settlements JumpStart Georgia

JumpStart's Georgia Map Data in KML format, for use in Google Earth.

KML Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Mapping
Cash 10/11/2013 English Cash JumpStart Georgia

JumpStart's Georgia Map Data in KML format, for use in Google Earth.

KML Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Mapping
Embassies 10/11/2010 Georgian Embassies JumpStart Georgia

JumpStart's Georgia Map Data in KML format, for use in Google Earth.

KML Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Mapping
Tbilisi Minibus (marshrutka) Routes 28/06/2012 English Minibus JumpStart Georgia

At the time we needed minibus (marshrutka) route information, all minibus routes were available in narrative format only. This means it was in the format "turn left here, make a right on this street, etc." We didn't think that was acceptable, given that this kind of information ought to include geodata and be available in standard geodata formats. This includes shapefiles, geojson, and other formats.

JumpStart Georgia, with funding from Open Society Foundations, traced by hand each set of instructions into QGIS and finally completed mapping the minibus routes on 06 April 2012. As of that date, these routes reflect the minubus routes.

Keep in mind many changes in this area happen quickly and are not always publicly announced. If there is a change, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll try to update the dataset.

KML Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Tbilicity
Tbilisi Minibus (marshrutka) Routes 26/06/2012 English Minibus JumpStart Georgia

At the time we needed minibus (marshrutka) route information, all minibus routes were available in narrative format only. This means it was in the format "turn left here, make a right on this street, etc." We didn't think that was acceptable, given that this kind of information ought to include geodata and be available in standard geodata formats. This includes shapefiles, geojson, and other formats.

JumpStart Georgia, with funding from Open Society Foundations, traced by hand each set of instructions into QGIS and finally completed mapping the minibus routes on 06 April 2012. As of that date, these routes reflect the minubus routes.

Keep in mind many changes in this area happen quickly and are not always publicly announced. If there is a change, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll try to update the dataset.

Shapefile Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Tbilicity
Tbilisi Minibus (marshrutka) Routes 26/06/2012 English Minibus JumpStart Georgia

At the time we needed minibus (marshrutka) route information, all minibus routes were available in narrative format only. This means it was in the format "turn left here, make a right on this street, etc." We didn't think that was acceptable, given that this kind of information ought to include geodata and be available in standard geodata formats. This includes shapefiles, geojson, and other formats.

JumpStart Georgia, with funding from Open Society Foundations, traced by hand each set of instructions into QGIS and finally completed mapping the minibus routes on 06 April 2012. As of that date, these routes reflect the minubus routes.

Keep in mind many changes in this area happen quickly and are not always publicly announced. If there is a change, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll try to update the dataset.

JSON Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Tbilicity
Tbilisi Minibus (marshrutka) Routes 26/06/2012 English Minibus JumpStart Georgia

At the time we needed minibus (marshrutka) route information, all minibus routes were available in narrative format only. This means it was in the format "turn left here, make a right on this street, etc." We didn't think that was acceptable, given that this kind of information ought to include geodata and be available in standard geodata formats. This includes shapefiles, geojson, and other formats.

JumpStart Georgia, with funding from Open Society Foundations, traced by hand each set of instructions into QGIS and finally completed mapping the minibus routes on 06 April 2012. As of that date, these routes reflect the minubus routes.

Keep in mind many changes in this area happen quickly and are not always publicly announced. If there is a change, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll try to update the dataset.

CSV Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Tbilicity
Roads 10/11/2010 Georgian Roads JumpStart Georgia

JumpStart's Georgia Map Data in KML format, for use in Google Earth.

KML Download Open Data Commons Attribution License Mapping
Civil Society Organizations in Georgia 06/02/2014 English Civil csogeorgia.org

CSOGeorgia.org does not make their list of civil society organizations and their data very usable. We wrote a simple scraper to put the data into an organized and structured spreadsheet in CSV format. We will update this from time to time.

CSV Download Open Data Commons Attribution License organizations, civil society, georgia
Tbilisi Bus Stops/Routes 12/06/2012 Georgian Bus Tbilisi Transport Company

Here is an update of Tbilisi bus routes and stops, including latitudes and longitudes of bus stops, names of routes and stops, direction of the routes, and the sequence of the stops for each direction. This data, as did the previous data, came from the Tbilisi Transport Company.

CSV Download Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and License Tbilicity

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