Without pagination it's useless and I'm forced to download and parse the entire CSV file.


You need to use the offset filter

https://data.dol.gov/get/accident/offset/0/limit/1 will give you the first result https://data.dol.gov/get/accident/offset/1/limit/1 will give you the second result https://data.dol.gov/get/accident/offset/2/limit/1 will give you the third result


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Pretty sure you just need to implement $top and $skip in your api call:

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  • Tried. Doesn't do anything :-/ – CuriousG Nov 3 '15 at 22:08
  • can you share the url you used? just swap out your key for a fake one.... – albert Nov 3 '15 at 23:18
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    The fix is now in place. We've updated our API documentation as well. We're in the process of updating our dataset documentation as well as the feature is rolled out to all of our data sources. [1]: developer.dol.gov/accessing-the-apis-using-http-requests – Mike Pulsifer Aug 1 '16 at 12:49

We have a patch sitting in our OCIO's office that will fix this issue. Once it navigates that maze, pagination should work.

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