What is open data?
Open data is data that anyone can access, use and share. Open data becomes usable when made available in a common, machine-readable format.
Open data must be licensed. Its licence must permit people to use the data in any way they want, including transforming, combining and sharing it with others, even commercially.
Why does open data matter for Malaysia?
Open data is data that anyone can access, use and share. The government, businesses and citizens of Malaysia can use open data to bring about social, economic and environmental benefits.
Open data can help bring diverse benefits to the government, businesses and citizens of Malaysia.
Open data can help make governments more transparent, drive innovation and help provide the data infrastructure that supports economic growth. It can provide the evidence that public money is being well spent and policies are being implemented.
The use of data shall abide by the terms and conditions Term Of Use on Malaysia Government Open Data 1.0.
MPI dataset can be view and download from this link: MPIC Data Set