Enabling value creation from secondary use of data – with transparency, control and trust.
Luxembourg National Data Service (LNDS) is a brand of PNED G.I.E. an economic interest group created by the Luxembourg Government, to implement Luxembourg’s strategies in research, innovation, and digitalisation. LNDS enables value creation from secondary use of data, for public and private partners and supports the sharing and re-use of public sector data, in a trustable manner. The LNDS service portfolio includes know-how, capabilities, tools, infrastructure, and data services to support data discovery, access, enrichment, pseudonymisation, quality and more. Through efficient & responsible use of data and improving the secondary use of data, LNDS will support the acceleration of economic, ecological, and societal transitions.
LNDS develops a service portfolio including know-how, capabilities, tools, infrastructure, and data services, to support the sharing and secondary use of data for public and private data partners. Data partners include research institutions, ministries and other national organisations, collaborating for improved use of existing data. In addition, LNDS participates actively in the development of data spaces, standards, and best practices at European level.
With the growing societal and economical dependency on data, the demand for data services changes and evolves over time. The LNDS service portfolio is continuously developed to serve the data partners’ needs in creating concrete and impactful data projects.
The dataset has been created by using the open-source code released by LNDS (Luxembourg National Data Service). It is meant to be an example of the dataset structure anyone can generate and personalize in terms of some fixed parameter, including the sample size. The file format is .csv, and the…
Created on December 1, 2023. Updated on December 1, 2023 — Creative Commons Zero (CC0)
CSV file with the LNDS KPI numbers from April to November 2023. Glossary: fte_status_month - the total FTE of all employees active in the organisation, as measured on the first day of the month following the reporting month (e.g. the FTE count of October equals the active FTE on the 1st of…
Created on November 27, 2023. Updated on January 18, 2024 — Creative Commons Zero (CC0)
- Creation date
- October 27, 2023
- Modification date
- February 21, 2024