High-value dataset 

“Open Data Directive” (EU) 2019/1024): Documents the re-use of which is associated with important benefits for society, the environment and the economy, in particular because of their suitability for the creation of value-added services, applications and new, high-quality and decent jobs, and of the number of potential beneficiaries of the value-added services and applications based on those datasets”. (Source: “Open Data Directive” (EU) 2019/1024): Documents the re-use of which is associated with important benefits for society, the environment and the economy, in particular because of their suitability for the creation of value-added services, applications and new, high-quality and decent jobs, and of the number of potential beneficiaries of the value-added services and applications based on those datasets”. (Source: Report on high-value datasets from EU institutions[40]: The definition of high-value dataset takes into account two different points of view: the one of the publishers and the one of the re-users. These two perspectives may in certain circumstance be interlinked and overlap. From the publisher’s perspective, a dataset may be considered of high-value when one or more of the following criteria are met: it contributes to transparency; its publication is subject to a legal obligation; it directly or indirectly relates to their public task; it realises a cost reduction; or it brings value to a specific target audience. From a re-user’s perspective, the value of a dataset depends primarily on its use and re-use potential, which can effectively lead to the generation of (new) business models. The use and re-use potential of a dataset is defined by the size and the dynamics of the target audience of the dataset, as well as by the number of new and existing systems and services that are using (or could use) the particular dataset. [40] https://ec.europa.eu/isa2/sites/isa/files/publications/report-on-high-value-datasets-from-eu-institutions_en.pdf