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For questions regarding data formats and file formats, such as comparison of different data formats or recommendations of a file format.

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XDXF is an open source "XML Dictionary Exchange Format". XDXF stands for XML Dictionary Exchange Format, and specifies a semantic format for storing dictionaries. The main distinction of XDXF that ma …
answered Oct 23 '16 by philshem
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Here is a blog post that compares 16 graph digitizing tools, some free, some not. The suggestion is to use WebPlotDigitizer. The blog doesn't mention if any of the tools can be used to automate the pr …
answered Oct 1 '16 by philshem
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City bike shares will have about that number of records, and because there will be some geospatial data (latitude/longitude) along with timestamps, it's usually a fun topic to explore GitHub list of …
answered Oct 26 '16 by philshem
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.mbox mailbox format: This data format is a standard when exporting mailboxes (wikipedia). Besides personal emails, one source of .mbox files is mailing lists, which can be found with a search engine: …
answered Mar 5 '14 by philshem
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Downloading and Uncompressing Archive (.zip) Files and Folders: Often data is downloaded from the web in a compressed form, or data folders are joined in one zip file. Before processing, the files mu …
answered Apr 15 '14 by philshem