The San Diego Regional Data Library is dedicated to helping non profits, civic organizations, journalists and governments in the San Diego region get data they need to tell their stories and run their operations. This site, data.sandiegodata.org, is the main data repository for the Library. It holds unprocessed data sets received from other organizations, as well as data that the Library has processed to make them easier to use.
All of the data in the library is subject to the Library’s [Data Disclaimers and Limitations](http://www.sandiegodata.org/get-data/data-disclaimers-and-limitations), and data that originated with other organizations will be subject to the originators legal terms.
Most of the icons come from the [Noun Project](http://thenounproject.com/) and are covered by [Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication](http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/). The licenses for these icons don’t require attribution, but we provide links to thank the generous designers.
We also use some icons from the Noun Project that do require attribution:
* [Education](http://thenounproject.com/noun/education/#icon-No1567) designed by [Thibault Geffroy](http://thenounproject.com/thibault.geffroy)
* [City](http://thenounproject.com/noun/city/#icon-No1566) designed by [Thibault Geffroy](http://thenounproject.com/thibault.geffroy)
* [Conservation](http://thenounproject.com/term/conservation/1909/#) designed by [Donata Bologna](http://thenounproject.com/donabo)
In particular, the [Iconathon](http://iconathon.org/) project creates a lot of icons that are useful for civic and social issues.