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Where can I get data for the popularity of a book?

Goodreads has an API: https://www.goodreads.com/api and specifically the Review Program Review Syndication: Goodreads has 10 million reviews across 700,000 titles - one of the largest and deepest ...
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Looking for a free dataset of book titles classified by some well-established and unified classification system

I think you may be underestimating the BL dataset - the "researcher-format" CSVs are small themed sets of papers, but the ones just above it on that page include the British National ...
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English to Telugu and Telugu to English dictionary database

How about Wiktionary? https://te.wiktionary.org Bulk downloads are available: https://dumps.wikimedia.org/ https://dumps.wikimedia.org/tewiktionary/ https://dumps.wikimedia.org/tewiktionary/latest/...
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Looking for modern english texts in public domain / CC-BY-SA

Arxiv.org is a repository of scientific pre-prints. License API Bulk data access Many papers can be accessed in TeX typesetting format (in addition to PDF, PS).
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Related Books API

Project Gutenberg has what's called a Bookshelf, which are categories. Also, for each title, there is a link called "Also downloaded" So for book: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/20194 the related ...
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Books and Supplies

That data element is not available in Scorecard. However, it is available from IPEDS (https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/) which is where the other Scorecard cost metrics come from. The books and supplies ...
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Known datasets for long document analysis

I'm not an expert on nlp but if your looking for lengthy machine readable corpora you may want to take a look at the HathiTrust project. It's a University lead initiative to make publicly available ...
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Books with multiple main characters, one per chapter

This may be a question that the human brain answers really quick, and a computational approach way longer to design. Why not "crowdsource" by posting on some literary/book forums (e.g. https:...
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Public International Database of Literature Works?

The best solution so far came from comments. Thanks to @StanislavKralin who suggested to use public Wikidata as a source. Here's the link to SPARQL query that can be tried: http://tinyurl.com/...
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A dataset for Google Books

Project Gutenberg hosts public domain books and texts and offers a bulk download. There is also a python package to download and clean up texts. You could also do a bulk download of WikiBooks - see ...
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