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Devstronomy project provides the datasets for planets (plus Pluto) and their satellites(moons) in accessible formats (CSV, JSON, SQL), available for download. The datasets originate from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Check the site for details. Edit: please note that I'm the author of Devstonomy project. I had a similar issue and did not find a solution. ...


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There's a good list of weather data sources on this excellent website created by Robin Wilson, which I duplicate here in case that site ever goes away: WorldClim: Climate data for past, present and predicted future conditions. Includes temperature (min, max, mean) and precipitation. 1km x 1km resolution. NCAR GIS Climate Change Scenarios: Lots of data from ...


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Railroads and the Making of Modern America has links to the following downloadable historical US railroad data. I didn't investigate the actual geospatial extent of these railroad datasets, so I can't promise they have Colorado railroads. Here's a wayback machine link in case the original site goes down. Download Data Historical GIS: Depots of the ...


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I found a github repository that scrapes the wiki list of roughly 6000 acronyms https://github.com/krishnakt031990/Crawl-Wiki-For-Acronyms raw acronyms file and then I wrote this python script to read that code's output and clean it up, as well as put it into a valid CSV (gist) #!/usr/bin/env python # coding=utf-8 ignore_list = ('Search-Navigation','...


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Natural Earth Data has Rivers and Lake Centerlines and Lakes and Reservoirs. The USGS Earth Explorer will let you download data from anywhere in the world. Type "Kazakhstan" into the place search criteria box, click over to data sets and type "hydro" into the data set search box. The dataset called GTOPO30 HYDRO1K is a hydrology raster. There's a download ...


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Nominatim has an API that gives data on at the very least the street level. You can provide a latitude and longitude and have an address returned.


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TLDR: No, there are only 92 distinct towns. There are 506 Census Tracts. You can run getattr(boston_dataset, "DESCR") to get the description of the dataset. While it does not directly contain the information that you want, it does tell you: This dataset was taken from the StatLib library which is maintained at Carnegie Mellon University. The ...


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NCLT - The University of Michigan North Campus Long-Term Vision and LIDAR Dataset http://robots.engin.umich.edu/nclt/ You can found another lidar dataset in https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.08775.pdf


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Google recently released paraphrase dataset: Paraphrase Adversaries from Word Scrambling (PAWS). https://github.com/google-research-datasets/paws This dataset is superior to many paraphrase datasets. As stated in their page, Existing paraphrase identification datasets lack sentence pairs that have high lexical overlap without being paraphrases. Models ...


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if you need a free bin database, you can get it here: https://getcreditcardonline.com/free-bin-database-download/ Data in CSV, JSON, SQL, TXT, Excel formats, etc.


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Mozilla just released the Common Voice dataset https://voice.mozilla.org/en/datasets Each entry in the dataset consists of a unique MP3 and corresponding text file. Many of the 1,368 recorded hours in the dataset also include demographic metadata like age, sex, and accent that can help train the accuracy of speech recognition engines. License is CC-0 (...


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I was able to complete this by generating internal boundaries for Carrier Route data using Voronoi. the endpoints to query for carrier routes exist on boundaries-io.com here is a link to a blog where i figured it out...if this helps someone. (I don't own this blog) https://longair.net/blog/2017/07/10/approximate-postcode-boundaries Final zipcode 60630 ...


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I assume you've already found averages at Current Employment Statistics, FactFinder, or the American Time-Use Survey. I don't see any percentiles there. I don't know of any ready-made tables from BLS or Census that include percentiles for hours worked, so unfortunately you will probably need to create your own tabulation using microdata from CPS PUMS or ...


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It's going to be hard to find "big data" on this one, but one dataset would be transcripts from the "Gloria Tapes". It's quite old, mid 1960s, but at least it's data in an otherwise extremely private sector (and rightfully so). Here's the record for a transcription: https://www.worldcat.org/title/transcript-of-three-approaches-to-psychotherapy-a-series-of-...


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You could generate such a dataset using Python. A simple approach would be to generate a set of (x, y) coordinates, partition the set, then assign a distinct value for the z coordinate for each partition. An example with 100 points divided into 5 linearly separable partitions: from mpl_toolkits.mplot3d import Axes3D import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import ...


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I've never seen this data in Russian, unfortunately. From 2010, you can find census population data on wikipedia but it's also in Russian. The link is here. Note that you can try the English translation of this page by clicking the English link under Languages header in the left sidebar. If you need help with translation of titles of regions, please do not ...


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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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I found another source, halfway hidden, with roughly 180k English words http://scrabutility.com/TWL06.txt (archived link) and based on: Tournament Word List (TWL06) TWL - the American dictionary, based on the Official Scrabble Players' Dictionary , used in North American and Canadian tournaments. which links this site: https://www.isc.ro/en/...


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Update (May 2019): Check this new release: https://smoosavi.org/datasets/us_accidents. It contains more than 2.25 million traffic accident records which took place within the US, and will be periodically updated. The following dataset is recently released and will be periodically updated: https://smoosavi.org/datasets/2019_traffic_weather_events It covers ...


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Inploid is a social question & answer website. Users can follow others. Each user is associated with a reputability score which is determined by the feedback of others about the questions and answers of the user. Each user can also specify interest in topics. The data is crawled in June 2017 and consist of 39,750 nodes and 57,276 directed links between ...


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I found KML files for district level boundaries for all UK Postcode areas on github at https://github.com/missinglink/uk-postcode-polygons/tree/master/kml have tested with one file on google maps and it overlays the boundaries correctly


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I found this recipe scraper python package which you can utilize to download. Recipe Scraper Python Script: https://github.com/hhursev/recipe-scrapers If you are lazy enough to do, you can download the following, It's huge. Pre Scraped Data by MIT EDU: http://pic2recipe.csail.mit.edu/


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For generalized attributes for a broad range of species you could also try the Encyclopedia of Life. For example, their data page for Pinus taeda has general attributes for height (base and mature), as well as some phenology traits (but not as granular as a specialized phenology database). The EOL traitbank can be queried by API, and it's also possible to ...


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There are a number of paid API services that allow such requests. Trying to advertise commercial offerings as little as possible, I can mention the original SWIFT API. You could probably also scrape data from this site. I've been using another one that allows up to 20 free requests a day. However, these two, and possibly any other services might not ...


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Wikidata has linked various concepts and lexemes to images. For lexemes and their senses there are not that many images yet. For concepts there are many, but many are proper nouns or complex concepts, e.g., "Berlin" or "Chile at the 1956 Winter Olympics" For Wikidata lexemes a query with the Wikidata Query Service at https://query.wikidata.org may be ...


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I'm not sure about the data set you asked for, but kaggle has a relevant one for CTR: https://www.kaggle.com/c/avazu-ctr-prediction/data


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If you are by any chances affiliated to a Canadian university you get free access to DMTI POI data that includes public schools and universities. All of this is located in the Scholar GeoPortal repository at http://geo2.scholarsportal.info/


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https://gist.github.com/VladimirAlexiev/fafdcb258d067cfed272664d6ae5d982 describes 6 datasets of Science Classification. Will keep it up to date as we progress. One of them is CSO, which is now publically available. It has about 2-3k CompSci topics. In comparison, MAG has 229k topics in all scientific areas.


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