Sunlight Foundation

Submitted Apps

  1. Catalog Dashboard

    A look at the Catalog

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Michael Chelen

  2. Jobs In The USA

    Statistics of importance to the American Worker including stimulus money impacts.

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Marc Love

  3. Fund Flows

    Visualizer for comparing government procurements by geographic area.

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    John Bohlmann


    Understand US Government economic statistics through easy interactive charts

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Andrew Conn


    Adding Political Context to USA Federal Spending

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Sven Regel

  6. loquake

    location based earthquake lookup

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Larry Ogrodnek

  7. ThisWeKnow

    ThisWeKnow sheds light on what the government knows about every community

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

  8. House Scoreboard

    Just how representative is the House?

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by


  9. Jobless

    Compare jobless rates by region over time

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by


  10. DataRemix

    A community documented catalog of public data sets and developer tools

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by


  11. Pattrends

    Getting trends out of patents

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by


  12. Local Recovery

    Find out how much Recovery Act money has been spent at your current location

    Submitted August 8, 2009 by

    Luke Berndt

  13. Wiki MapMaker

    Making custom, dynamic maps for Wikipedia

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Katie Filbert

  14. simpler/gov

    Simpler/gov is a platform that connects people and data. It is available to every local government that wants to share data and connect with the public.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Simpler Systems

  15. Refugee Flow

    Uses Hans Rosling's Trendalyzer Software to Display Time-Series Asylum Grantee Data by Country Against GDP Per Capita Values and Freedom House's "Civil Liberties" Scores

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Todd Fine

  16. govpulse

    The Federal Registry at your fingertips. Over 1,000,000 pages finally accessible. View, explore, search, locate and take the pulse of your government.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Andrew Carpenter, Dave Augustine, Bob Burbach

  17. Local Spending

    Find out how much federal money is being spent at your current location...

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Luke Berndt

  18. Budget

    Explore the federal budget.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Chris Zubak-Skees

  19. Quakespotter

    Earthquakes rumble across a 3D globe. Tweets and maps pinpoint the action. Donations carry the day.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Jeremy Ashkenas & Will Bailey

  20. Superfund Finder

    Have you ever wondered how many Superfund sites are located near your home, your work, your loved ones? Now with Superfund Finder you can find out with help from, Google Maps & geolocation support in Firefox 3.5, iPhone & Android mobile browsers.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    mopimp productions

  21. Geodata Explorer

    Visualize census data at a neighnorhood level

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Erek Dyskant

  22. Maps for America: EPA Edition

    Explore the relative chronic health risks, hazard levels and toxic release volumes across the country. Maps for America combines population, toxic chemical release reports, and chemical toxicity into easy to navigate maps.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Mike Jacobs

  23. Data-Gov Wiki

    Our Data-gov Wiki is the delivery site for a project where we investigate the role of linked data in producing, processing and utilizing the government datasets found in

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Tetherless World Constellation


    Integrating top contractors for each congress member's state.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Daniel Kennedy

  25. DataMasher

    DataMasher lets you take state level data sets and mashem

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Forum One Communications

  26. Goodness500 ranks the largest companies in the world based on corporate social responsibility.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by


  27. WaterGoodness is a free website shining a bright light on America’s waters, both what flows from your tap, and your local bay/lake/pond/reservoir/river/ocean/stream. We show a mix of government and crowdsourced water quality data on a Google map.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Focal Bridge


    Use to easily search government contracts for spending trends.

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Jarret Falkner

  29. UsaOpenGov

    Provides help in identifying and fixing crippled data and APIs

    Submitted August 7, 2009 by

    Ben McCann

  30. produces visualizations of custom consumer price indexes (CPIs). Its custom CPIs are generated by mashing up demographic groups' average expenditures with consumer goods' price changes.

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    Jim Dahl

  31. Eureka Invention Generator

    Eureka generates random inventions by analyzing the word frequencies of US patent application abstracts.

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    Evan Meagher

  32. Disasters Map

    Maps, history and real-time comments to the natural disasters with Twitter and Capitol Words.

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    Mapize Team

  33. AHDI Calculator

    AHDI Calculator is a web-based application support expert user formulate the AHDI for their sake of research and improve the advance concept mining of AHDI to discover new social indicators

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    Hieu Khue - IFS Tuwien

  34. Employment market explorer

    Employment Market explorer is tool designed to help people understand local employment market, giving them a chance to compare local, regional and state unemployment rates and analyze the labor market dynamics.

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    David Bello

  35. Time Machine

    new and interesting look for any historical data - time series in dynamic

    Submitted August 6, 2009 by

    Eugene Polyakov

  36. GreenSpace Map

    GreenSpace Map is a web based and mobile application that allows the user to identify all of the EPA Featured Environmental Interests sites relative to a specifed location.

    Submitted August 5, 2009 by

    New Road Solutions, LLC

  37. Fedtastic

    Fedtastic is a dynamic portal to government information referenced in the catalog and other sources.

    Submitted August 5, 2009 by

    Jim Hamilton

  38. Bernie - The Federal Register Watcher

    Post community comments on new Federal Register items, and keep track of your favorite agencies with Atom Feeds.

    Submitted August 4, 2009 by

    Christopher Worley

  39. Quake Alert

    Find out which friends might be affected by recent earthquakes. See the Google Maps mashup and opt-in to receive Facebook notifications.

    Submitted August 3, 2009 by


  40. AlexLIb

    AlexLib is a KM/research tool which permits the user to create an ontology to search and everything else on the web at the same time. The search bot is a web page which only requires refreshing the page to (re)search.

    Submitted August 2, 2009 by

    Dash von Riprock III

  41. typologies of intellectual property

    An interactive visualization of intellectual property.

    Submitted July 28, 2009 by

    Richard Vijgen

  42. D.C. Historic Tours

    Free Tour Planner of the Nation's Capital

    Submitted July 22, 2009 by


  43. MAICgregator

    MAICgregator is a Firefox extension that aggregates information about colleges and universities embedded in the military-academic-industrial complex (MAIC)

    Submitted June 22, 2009 by

    Nicholas Knouf

  44. Top Dangerous Mines

    A website showing a real-time list of the most dangerous mines in the US based on recent earthquake data.

    Submitted June 18, 2009 by

    Benjamin Hardin


    Find the most on-time flight from one city to another.

    Submitted June 11, 2009 by

    Josh Sulkin

  46. FBI Fugitive Concentration

    Play Concentration with photos of FBI Fugitives

    Submitted May 22, 2009 by

    Bertrand Fan

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