The Shrug platform is now open

The Socioeconomic High-resolution Rural-Urban Geographic Platform for India (SHRUG) is a geographic platform that facilitates data sharing between researchers working on India. It is an open access repository currently comprising dozens of datasets covering India’s 500,000 villages and 8000 towns using a set of a common geographic identifiers that span 25 years.

Here is the link, this was a program, with Paul Novosad and Sam Asher, supported by Emergent Ventures.


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