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Data Analysis and Visualization of the Brno City Council
Zaklová, Kristýna ; Burget, Radek (referee) ; Hynek, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to analyze the data from the Brno City Council voting and propose their visualization, i.e. an understandable presentation of the obtained information and statistics about the representatives' decisions. The system was designed to be applicable to other councils, and thus, it includes an input model for voting data. The developed solution is a web application with a client-server architecture, and it was implemented using the Flask framework and the React library. The correctness of the created dataset was verified against the minutes of council meetings. The application itself was tested with a selected sample of users and in real operation. The main benefits of this work include providing more transparent information about the activities of Brno city councillors, creating an analytical tool for Brno citizens, and offering the potential to extend the solution to other municipalities.
Open Data of and ARES
Mikyska, Daniel ; Loutocký, Pavel (referee) ; Míšek, Jakub (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with public sector information, especially open data. It describes their definition, conditions, legislation and mandatory entities that are obliged to create this data. The next section deals with possible obstacles that may arise when opening, or reusing, open data. The protection of privacy and personal data is described the most. It states here what personal data is, how their processing is defined and who is the controller of personal data. In the last part, this work deals with the practical part, which aims to show how the basic way to use open data in a simple web application.
Open data gathering and how to use it in cybersecurity
Gašparová, Marta ; Malina, Lukáš (referee) ; Paučo, Daniel (advisor)
This thesis deals with Data Gathering from Open Sources which can be used in Cyber Security; an analysis of the OSINT tools; a creation of a Data Gathering Tool itself. The theoretical part of the thesis explores Data Gathering within the framework of Ethical Hacking and in which phase of Penetration Testing the Data Extraction is crucial. Following the analysis of the OSINT tools the Practical part of the thesis examines the Created Tool itself which was written in Python programming language. Via API interface the Tool allows interaction with other OSINT tools such as Censys, or DNSDumpster. After entering the IP address or domain of the target company the Tool is able to search for basic information such as location, DNS names and running services. Based on the target URL the Tool is able to show both present and absent HTTP security headers on the given website and also based on the entered domain it can search for SSL/TLS certificates, subdomains and emails of the target company.
Software architecture of open government
Kroupa, Tomáš ; Nečaský, Martin (advisor) ; Chlapek, Dušan (referee)
Public administration owns a large amount of information, whose value is not utilized yet. An application of Open Data and Linked Data principles could enable not only to effectively publish this information, but also to exploit the value. The aim of this thesis is to analyse contemporary situation, assess and debate the barriers and also suggest the solutions for application of the principles in the Public Administration of The Czech Republic.
Open Data and their use in Czech Data Journalism
Krawiecová, Nela ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
The fundamental source of data journalism, which has established itself in the Czech media landscape in recent years, is the availability of usable data sets. However, academicians have so far neglected the topic of data openness and its importance in journalistic discourse. Simultaneously, data journalists are often the first to make data available to the public. An integral part of the thesis is mapping the historical development of data journalism, including the phenomenon of open government with a focus on Czech and European legislation and obtaining information with the help of the Freedom of Information Act. The aim of the thesis is, based on in-depth interviews with Czech data journalists, to identify the data sources which they frequently often use in their editorial routines, to evaluate the quality of these sources and to present the main limits that journalists encounter. In the conclusive part of the thesis the author transfers the focus to analysis of the availability of data sources provided by the Ministry of Health and the Institute of Health Information and Statistics during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021 and outlines the process of acquisition, cleaning, analysis, and visualization of information by journalists.
Webová a mobilní aplikace pro upozornění na blokové čištění ulic
Málek, Václav
This thesis deals with the Smart cities topic in the Czech Republic. The theore-tical part is a review of this topic. In the practical part are created applications, which can be included into the concept of Smart Cities. Specificaly is made an ana-lysis, design and implementation of a web application, that allow you manage terms of street block cleaning. The application also allows users to set alerts for particular street. Furthermore is made an analysis, design and implementation of mobile application for devices running Android. This application allows you to set alerts for users in a particular street.
Hodnocení stavu otevřených dat v rozvojových státech jihovýchodní Asie
Krevňáková, Hana
The aim of this diploma thesis is to evaluate the open data in the developing countries of Southeast Asia. A phenomenon of the open data has become lately increasingly improtant. New technologies and digital transformation force individual countries to continually adapt to new trends in the terms to remain globally competitive. Although in the past this term was dominantly used in developed countries, nowadays also developing countries started to open their data with a vision of breaking out from their past and achieving a good economic level. This paper provides not only a summary of the basic and difficult principles within the context, but also offers an overview to data user how open data portals differentiate in the region of Southeast Asia.
Open data and personal data
Cu, Lukáš ; Loutocký, Pavel (referee) ; Míšek, Jakub (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of open data and its legal collision with rights for privacy and protection of personal data. It’s purpose is to familiarize the reader with some essential terms regarding this topic and their place in Czech legislation. Practical part of this work is an application working with multiple data sets provided as open data. These data sets contain information about the number of Czech people under distraint and the ratio of people based on their education. These data sets are analyzed in the second chapter.
Open Data, Open Source and Law
Končitý, Patrik ; Míšek, Jakub (referee) ; Myška, Matěj (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the area of open data and open source software. The practical output is the creation of an application that will be distributed under an open source license and will use open data. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the juristical aspects that arise when the programme is created, and also is here explained czech and european legislation. It also describes here the term of free and open source software, types of authorship, author's rights or special rights of the database maker. In the next passage, we will speak about the licence and then the public license under which the application will be distributed is described. Next is a chapter, which dealing with specific problems related to copyright protection. The second part of the theoretical work addresses open data. First is clarified this term and then EU and Czech legislation is listed, which is linked to open data. Then attention is focused on data openness formats and ways of providing open data. Finally, specific problems that may arise when using open data are listed. The next part of the bachelor thesis deals with practical output, an android application that meets the definition of free and open source software. Data analysis is performed here first. After The analysis is here chapter of the selection of a suitable data set and then the conditions for the use of data sets are analyzed. In next chapters, the technical side of things is already more addressed. A choice of platform, language and development environment is described, which public license we choose for distribution and a platform and where will be the distributed the application. The app functionality chapter describes the intended functionality and structure of the app. The last chapter describes the application solution itself. The principle of main parts for the application, such as creating tables, chart or implementing quiz, is described here.
Tool for RDF geodata visualization on a map
Rous, Daniel ; Nečaský, Martin (advisor) ; Škoda, Petr (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to design, implement and test a web application, which will visualize RDF data in a heat map. The heat will be defined by the user's metric data se- lection. The application will simplify user's selection needed for visualization by automatic detection of metric and location data in loaded schema. User will have an opportunity to filter data by some data properties. The application will be tested on two different data sources. One of them will be Central register of grants (IS CEDR III). The other one will be the agenda dataset from Rights and Duties Register (RPP). 1

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