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Edit: A new initiative on the web open_data_world_cup Edit 2: Gerald also started collecting a list of other football projects on GitHub. Edit 3: Here is a list of the football players ages in a spreadsheet format. You can create data by putting the information from the wikipedia page into a more structured format. There are plenty of tools available ...


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I found one more free, open database you can use. http://openfootball.github.io/ What’s football.db? A free open public domain football (soccer) database & schema for use in any (programming) language (e.g. uses plain text fixtures/data sets). Example: ### Teams barcelona, Barcelona|FC Barcelona|Fútbol Club Barcelona, BAR, city:barcelona madrid, ...


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You can find here an excel file with the schedule of the tournament and the groups. Inside the folder, you will find a license txt file containing the following: LICENSE. The Software may be freely distributed. The Software is licensed to you. So, you may not: rent, lease, grant a security interest in, or otherwise transfer rights to the ...


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Mashape has an API listed for the World Cup 2014 which would return in Json some of the info you're looking for - https://www.mashape.com/leolima77/copa-do-mundo-2014-world-cup-brazil#!documentation It is listed in Portugese so you might need to translate it to English.


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I've made a database of 736 players by scraping and refining. The database (in French) is available here: http://mondial-de-football.com/WorldCupData It contains many data fields: age, number of selections, clubs, championship, etc.


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I just added this API to mashape, it's not realtime and the scores will take awhile to be updated but it gives you all the teams and matchups. https://www.mashape.com/montanaflynn/fifa-world-cup/


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Both the Brazilian Community CKAN instance http://br.ckan.net/dataset and the Brazilian Government's official Data Portal (CKAN-powered) which you link to, have APIs. There's also the World Bank API: http://data.worldbank.org/


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As other have already mentioned, Open Street Maps is your friend. The covered details depends largely on the number people that have visited the region and actually added data to OSM. You can get an idea of how much detail in a region is covered at the Garmin osm site. The size of each tile more or less reflects the size of the resulting image file. The ...


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Open Street Maps and GEOTIFF Files from MODIS, wold do the job.


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You could use dbpedia and its sparql endpoint for this. The following SPARQL query would return all metrics except crime rates, you asked for. PREFIX dbo: <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/> PREFIX dbr: <http://dbpedia.org/resource/> PREFIX dbp: <http://dbpedia.org/property/> SELECT * WHERE { ?city rdf:type dbo:City . ?city foaf:...


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For Biology, depends the kind of biology. For Ecology, probably you'd better check the Scientific publications from a journal, and check the associated data. Dryad, one of the repositories used for data linked to some scientific papers: https://www.datadryad.org/ If you mean Molecular Biology you can try European Molecular Biology + European Bioinformatics ...


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I think this is a good candidate for the UCI Machine Learning Repository, which is often used here as a resource: link to threads. With the "View All Data Sets" view you can filter and find specific, prepared and cleaned data sets. For learning this is quite beneficial, because there will surely be others developing with these data sets. Each data set is ...


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