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A spatio-temporal dataset is a dataset which contains latitude/longitude and also time variables.

I got a spatio-temporal dataset on this site. The dataset contains 1077 rows of data. The problem is, the size of the dataset is too small.

If anyone has another link to a spatio-temporal dataset with big size and CSV format and also free, please help.

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  • There's tons of weather data around. Are you looking for specific space/time data? – Barry Carter Jan 14 at 18:44
  • Hello sir, the important variable is date/time and latitude-longitude. It will be better if the data is disaster data – Raju Jan 16 at 1:10
  • emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/world contains global earthquake data if that helps. – Barry Carter Jan 16 at 3:45
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Based on this thread: Where can I find free spatio-temporal dataset for download?

there is a dataset around NYC's taxi trip data: http://www.andresmh.com/nyctaxitrips/. Variables include time and location for both pickups and drop-offs. Or: You can get yellow and green taxi trip records from NYC taxi dataset. The website collects data from 2009 until now: http://www.nyc.gov/html/tlc/html/about/trip_record_data.shtml

Another dataset comes from Chicago's bike-sharing service: https://www.divvybikes.com/datachallenge.

You can also get some documented, publicly available EEG data from the HeadIT database at UCSD http://headit-beta.ucsd.edu/studies

I'm sure there are many more options.

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Look here: https://github.com/Call-for-Code/logistics-weather-geo/wiki/DataResources

I have a section called "Hazards" which lists many disaster-related sources of open data.

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Not disaster-specific, but Microsoft Urban Computing has a lot of different options (see "Released Datasets"): https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/urban-computing/

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The documentation of NASA's worldview and the underlying NASA Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS) explain how to use their APIs to download lots and lots of spatial data.

The Worldview app gives you a powerful slider control to view satellite images over time, interactively, in your browser.

About Worldview:

This app from NASA's EOSDIS provides the capability to interactively browse over 800 global, full-resolution satellite imagery layers and then download the underlying data.

GIBS APIs: https://wiki.earthdata.nasa.gov/display/GIBS/GIBS+API+for+Developers

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