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That's a great question. Seems like the data itself is under an open license but the company charges for API access to it, presumably for the effort they've gone to consolidate the data and for running the API service. See the legal info https://opencorporates.com/legal/licence and in particular the "The OpenCorporates database" section of the page. ...


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Although it's not documented, when clicking on a link for a CSV, I noticed that you can use the endpoint as your own API. https://www.umweltbundesamt.de/api/air_data/v2/airquality/csv?date_from=2020-03-25&time_from=1&date_to=2020-04-01&time_to=24&station=1457&lang=de So if we deconstruct the URL, we can create filters to pass to the web ...


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The problem was with the way I tried to access that property. Since the key name starts with a number, I need to use brackets. This expression works. obj.results[0][2017].admissions.sat_scores["25th_percentile"].math;


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In this case, 2538d7f1-391b-4733-90b3-9e95cd5f3ea6 is a resource ID, not a revision ID. In CKAN, package(dataset) contains multiple resources and each of resources contain either actual data(file) or link to the data. Revisions reflect metadata change over time. I.e, it tracks changes in dataset fields and resource fields, but do not track changes of the ...


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I'm Jack with the openFDA team. At present the text of the summary PDFs is not included in the openFDA 510k API. We have no plans to change this yet, but I will bring it up with the team and look into adding this feature. As this would be a large feature addition, it will take some time to implement if it is determined to be a feasible and approved. Thank ...


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OpenCorporates is an agregator that collects public company information from different national registries. It also contains SIC codes whenever available. Althought access to OC's API is paid, in the past they have provided time-limited free access for particular research purposes upon written request. However, "whenever available" above is a ...


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The official website of the index is https://www.spglobal.com/spdji/en/indices/equity/sp-500/#overview. If you hover with your mouse over Export above the graph, then you can recover a link, with which I can download the last ten years' worth of closing prices up until yesterday in XLS format (I've removed the hostIdentifier part): https://www.spglobal.com/...


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The two NDCs you mentioned are indeed not in the database. openFDA generates its NDC dataset from the downloadable files available at the FDA, and we have verified the two NDCs are not present in those files, which is why they are also missing from openFDA. FDA National Drug Code Directory search does bring results for those two NDCs; however, they are ...


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I'm Jack with the openFDA team. To my knowledge none of the fields in the openFDA 510k API flag the record as a clinical trial. There are no plans to add this at present. Thank you, Jack Finch


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I did something similar with a friend. We built a perl (but would work in python/R/etc) just as well, and stock by stock we used the Yahoo Finance API, which seems to have been removed in its earlier form, but through Rapid API you can access the same information. With the data we retrieved, we created a postgres database with the various stock price ...


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This is the code that ended up working for me. Also, see https://api.census.gov/data/2017/acs/acs5/examples.html for a large list of formatting examples. import requests, pandas as pd year='2018' dsource='acs' dname='acs5' cols='NAME' state='37' county='183' tract='*' base_url = f'https://api.census.gov/data/{year}/{dsource}/{dname}' data_url = f'{...


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To get the geography you want, you have to specify each level of the geographic hierarchy in which the tracts fit. state='37' county='187' &for=tracts:*&in=county:{county}&in=state:{state} 'For' indicates that you want tracts, the asterisk is a wildcard that says get all of them, in the county you want, in the state you want. I've got some ...


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Time series data such as the completion, earnings, cost, admissions, student, academics, aid, repayment metrics are organized within objects relative to each year the data was collected. We included a latest object at the top level of each institution that contains the latest data collected. Here is an example of an API call that queries the latest....


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I'm Jack with the openFDA team. It is certainly possible to search by application number, but yhe format of the number in your example seems off. Typically the application numbers are either ANDA###### or NDA######. See example below. https://api.fda.gov/drug/event.json?search=patient.drug.openfda.application_number:ANDA076407


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I'm Jack with the openFDA team. You can download entire datasets including NDC from this page. My apologies for the very delayed response; thank you for your patience.


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You can use Nominatim which is a geocoding search engine built on Open Street Map (OSM) data. https://nominatim.openstreetmap.org/search.php?q=Zentralbibliothek+Z%C3%BCrich Click "details" --> https://nominatim.openstreetmap.org/details.php?place_id=84442764 and you'll see latitude/longitude and metadata of the entry You can either use an API, or run your ...


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Singapore offers an API for pollution levels (among 13 other real-time APIs) try it in their docs page: https://data.gov.sg/dataset/psi or with curl curl -X GET "https://api.data.gov.sg/v1/environment/psi" -H "accept: application/json" or with the browser: https://api.data.gov.sg/v1/environment/psi (not sure if any of these 14 real-time APIs are ...


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An interesting option is "Sentinelsat", an open source Python based tool which makes searching, downloading and retrieving the metadata of Sentinel satellite images from the Copernicus Open Access Hub easy. The Sentinel data are global open data (Radar, optical and thermal data are available). Software and instructions at https://sentinelsat.readthedocs.io/ ...


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The Computer Science Ontology (CSO) is freely available at http://cso.kmi.open.ac.uk/ since 2018, and it can be downloaded in a variety of formats. You can also subscribe to the site and give your feedback about any topic or relationship. PS: I am the author of the ontology and I would have happily share with you back in 2016. Just send me a mail next time....


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You'd have to piece it together, but Project Euler has many solutions to the same problems hosted on github https://github.com/topics/project-euler You can get the text of the problems with the URL https://projecteuler.net/problem=719 and also some machine readable info from the questions: https://projecteuler.chat/viewtopic.php?t=3003


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You can look at Unsplash. After registering for the API: https://unsplash.com/documentation#search-photos you can search by term, or by collection, which is like a tag: (NSFW?) https://unsplash.com/s/photos/erotic Unsplash has a very friendly license: https://unsplash.com/license All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free. You can use them for ...


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You can use WikiData SPARQL service to run it SELECT ?place ?location ?distance ?placeLabel ?commons WHERE { ?place wdt:P373 ?commons. SERVICE wikibase:around { ?place wdt:P625 ?location . bd:serviceParam wikibase:center "Point(-73.9857 40.7576)"^^geo:wktLiteral . bd:serviceParam wikibase:radius "1" . bd:serviceParam wikibase:distance ...


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I found this project on Github that compiles recipes into a JSON formatted dump file: https://github.com/fictivekin/openrecipes After trying to figure out why the link on the readme didn't download the latest dump properly, I discovered that the dump process is broken but that the last dump that did work was found at this link: https://s3.amazonaws.com/...


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Another wordlist, Collins Scrabble Words, CSW15, is available as a txt file: http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~o-laughl/csw15.txt archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20200109155307/http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~o-laughl/csw15.txt (tweet source/discussion)


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This Scrabble dictionary shows you the validity of a word in real-time as you plug it in. I also like this site b/c they have 2 million words (and counting) in their database and let you vote and collaborate on their resources. Cheers :)


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