With python you can lookup each unicode character by its integer code using unichr.
with open('unicode.csv','wb') as output:
for i in xrange(sys.maxunicode):
There is a project called Sort Benchmark that runs yearly competitions for different benchmarks. You can find the definitions under the section Sort Benchmarks, where each type has a link to the definitions. Data is generated with the gensort algorithm.
Not a user-interface problem, but a related consequence: in Blue states watch more porn than red states, bad data collection led to the conclusion that Kansas consumes more porn (from pornhub.com) than any other state.
Further review revealed that the IP geolocation service defaults to Kansas when it can't locate an IP address, skewing the data.
Going back to 2009, Statcounter has timeseries data and custom filters and geographical regions. Resolution goes down to "daily".
Click Download Data (.csv) to get the raw data.
Based on this Medium post: Coursera and keystroke biometrics, the author has published a sample of keystrokes with timing. The data is a little cryptic, but if you read the article it starts to be more clear.
Although the data is limited, it may be possible to collect your own data on a larger scale using this method.
US ED/NCES does collect data on private schools... it is called the Private School Universe Survey (PSS) but after a quick glance at the latest code book, it does not appear to have the granularity you are looking for.
Yes, there are (U.S.) public agencies that are currently (2017-03-07) streaming real-time video data. I'm not aware of a list of them (would LOVE it, if one such exists), but here's one:
Live Video Stream - NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer
I'm not familiar with DataTurbine, nor aware of similar tools, but that's not to say they don't exist.
Seattle has been ...
We can make some available from Retail systems, where the logs are the checkout operator. These are logs of main messages sent via PreTranslateMessage to the application. The operator tends to use the same screen all day, but there are a number of popup and child windows that show. Our logs only show the inputs such as keystrokes and clicks; they do not ...
There are a few academic papers that have used keylogger data set. An example from
"A Case-Study of Keyloggers and Dropzones" (PDF link):
We found more than 33 GB of keylogger data, containing stolen information from more than 173,000 victims.
For security reasons, the authors gave the data to AusCERT (Australia’s National Computer Emergency Response ...
The UCI Human Activity Recognition Using Smartphones Data Set is available here:
This is motion data assoiciated with humans performing specific activities captured via the sensors on smartphones.
Might be what you're looking for.
There is the good old Linux counter project1 which estimates around 69 million linux users. Now this is not exactly the same as number of online linux machines, but it should at least give some reference for what the number might be.
1 Actually this is a newer incarnation of the original counter.li.org.
The UN publishes an annual Statistical Yearbook which contains tables on each country with demographics broken down by age group. This is as close as I know of population diversity per birth year for the countries in the world.
You can find the downloadable tables for 2012 edition (latest) at:
Here are some good places to look for graph and network datasets
Awesome list by briatte/awesome-network-analysis
Stanford Large Network Dataset Collection
UCI Network Data Repository
ASU Network Datasets
Aminer Datasets for Social Network Analysis
Datasets from the book "Network Science" by Albert-László Barabási
UCINET format datasets
As you haven's specified a timeframe of the data you are looking for, you can try the amazon crawl: http://jmcauley.ucsd.edu/data/amazon/
metadata (3.1gb) - metadata for 9.4 million products
asin - ID of the product, e.g. 0000031852
title - name of the product
price - price in US dollars (at time of crawl)
imUrl - url of the product ...
I am the person who obtained that data originally. Take it with a grain of salt, as I was very much playing with the tool at the same time. I tried typing one finger at a time, swapping my hands, with the "Keyboard Privacy" Chrome extension enabled, etc. Let me know though if you can find cool visualisations or information within the data! I think it would ...
I don't know if this is exactly what you're looking for, but you might want to look into scientific feature catalogs and their underlying data.
Solar Physics. Catalogs are available from HELIO and event listings from HEK. Input imagery is available from VSO, and some more easily used (but compressed) products available from Helioviewer. ...
Only a single architecture, but maybe helpful nevertheless:
The educational MMIX architecture by Donald Knuth has a full list of instructions on their current website, including opcodes, signature and timing information (e.g. ADDU = 1 cycle, MULU = 10 cycles).
However, the list of instructions is not available as a machine-readable format, but might be ...