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Wikidata contains 145941 fictional characters, you can get them using this query: SELECT ?item ?itemLabel WHERE { # Item's type is: fictional character, or sub-type, or sub-sub-type, etc ?item p:P31/ps:P31/wdt:P279* wd:Q95074. SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "en" . } } Just run it by clicking here and ...


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The resolution of the DEM from diva GIS is 30 seconds, which is about 800 to 900 m at 30 degrees latitude. That raster is aggregated from CGIAR-CSI source data, which is accurate to 3 seconds. That's about 90m resolution. You can get that 90m DEM here. It's broken up into separate tiles, and Israel falls across the dividing line between tiles, so you'll need ...


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You can search the Earth Explorer website by the USGS. It is a fairly complete archive of what is available from most western agencies. You can search by date and location. https://earthexplorer.usgs.gov/ Check the classified data and the Landsat archive. It has data for your location from 1960s (Corona), 1973 (Landsat) and 1980s (Corona). That's what I ...


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update: the full dataset is available here: https://ddosecrets.com/wiki/Parler Files are accessible from two Amazon S3 buckets, ddosecrets-parler (32.1TB) and ddosecrets-parler-images (235GB). At this time, we only have a partial scrape of text posts (1.6 million), which was provided by a 3rd party. The 18 GB torrent can be downloaded here: https://...


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United States Cities Database A simple, accurate, and up-to-date database of United States cities and towns, built from the ground up using authoritative sources such as the U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Census Bureau. Up-to-date: Data updated as of November 18, 2020. Comprehensive: Over 108,000 cities and towns from all 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, and ...


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The U.S. Census Bureau is the authoritative government agency that has been tasked with managing national data about governments (state, local, and municipal) and the boundaries that they claim. The latest data includes administrative boundaries for cities, towns, and CDP's (Census Designated Places). What is a CDP? Think of them as an area that is not a ...


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You can find the locations of registered battlefields in England and battlefield boundaries in Scotland on the data.gov.uk website licensed under the Open Government Licence. Note that these files show battlefields as polygons, so if you want to extract a single lat/lon pair for each then you'll have to calculate the centroid of each polygon. There is also a ...


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As one of the comments mentioned, you can use the 30m-resolution data from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission that can be downloaded from various sites. Specifically for Washington State, you may find it more useful to look at the list of links to WA elevation data maintained by the Washington State Geospatial Data Archive, which includes higher-resolution ...


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A good start when you want a phylogeny that includes specific species is to use the NCBI Taxonomy Common Tree tool: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Taxonomy/CommonTree/wwwcmt.cgi It allows you to specify 2 or more species. You specify the species by searching their binomials or TAXIDs one by one to add them, or upload a text file with one species binomial per ...


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You probably want to start by looking at the UK Soil Observatory run by the British Geological Survey. There is also the National Soil Map and other datasets in the Cranfeld University Land Information System. Both these sources provide online data but may also be able to help you further if you contact them directly.


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It doesn't seem like there is very geograpically detailed data easily available, but at the country level, Our World In Data has sources listed here: https://github.com/owid/co2-data There are also several sources from NOAA that may include satellite data - but I'm pretty sure that observational data like this won't account for the differences between human ...


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Thanks to @Trevor-J-Smith (on GIS SE) I've found this publication in Nature's Scientific Data : Karger, Dirk Nikolaus, Olaf Conrad, Jürgen Böhner, Tobias Kawohl, Holger Kreft, Rodrigo Wilber Soria-Auza, Niklaus E. Zimmermann, H. Peter Linder, et Michael Kessler. 2017. « Climatologies at High Resolution for the Earth’s Land Surface Areas ». Scientific Data 4 (...


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Three datasets come to my mind. The largest one is The Semantic Scholar Open Research Corpus (S2ORC), comprising 12.7M+ full text papers from various disciplines. Another cross-disciplinary dataset (of 40k full-text papers) is the Elsevier OA CC-BY Corpus. Another final that is, however, merely reduced to COVID-related papers, is CORD-19: The Covid-19 ...


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I do not know up to which extend the spirit of the original answer by @sboysel is preserved by including the fees with a link to the source for the fees, so I posted it as a separate answer: https://www.freelancer.com/feesandcharges?w=f&ngsw-bypass=# max(3%,$3) www.bountysource.com/fees Free, but withdrawel costs 10% https://www.bounties.network/ ...


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It's hard to define "after" since we are still in the middle of it. But the discontinuity surely exists between "before" and "during". I would suggest something global and clean (machine readable), like the Google Mobility Data, which is available as global or regional CSV files. https://www.google.com/covid19/mobility/ The ...


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You can take the SRTM 1 arc (30m) by going through this web GUI https://dwtkns.com/srtm30m/ to get the links. You need an account on NASA Earthdata (link in the GUI to create one) Israel covered by 5 SRTM tiles e.g screencapture below You will need to merge these 5 tiles. You may use "gdalbuildvrt" (https://gdal.org/programs/gdalbuildvrt.html) to ...


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If you are an academic you may be able to source it from land info or purchase it from them , they appear to be offering it even down to 5m resolution?


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As with most requests for spatial data for more than one country, Open Street Map is likely to be your friend here. Depending on what GIS software you're using, you can search for features tagged as barrier=border_control or government=border_control. If you don't want to use Open Street Map (for example because you don't have time to learn how to use it and ...


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The Census Bureau has MSA's outlined in their API system. Here is an example of the list of 2019 MSA with total populations. It is technically in JSON format, but it would be very easy to Find/Replace the brackets and end-of-line commas out to turn it into a comma-separated values structure.


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There is a dataset of athlete details on kaggle.com that shows most of what you ask for at point 1 above (age, nationality, height, weight – although not birthdate) as well as the events that they participated in and what medals they got (if any). The data was scraped from sports-reference.com and is shown on Kaggle as being CC0 licensed (probably on the ...


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Scorecard PDFs are available on the world athletics website if you click official results -> download: https://www.worldathletics.org/results/olympic-games/2021/the-xxxii-olympic-games-athletics-7132391/women/high-jump/qualification/series And for the final: https://www.worldathletics.org/results/olympic-games/2021/the-xxxii-olympic-games-athletics-...


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IAM Online Document Database (IAMonDo-database) Description The dataset contains 941 online handwritten documents by 189 writers. The documents consist of text blocks, lists, tables, formulas, diagrams, and drawings. Such pieces of content have been placed in arbitrary positions on each document. Some of the documents have landscape orientation, others have ...


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Basic internet search results in this github repo: https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps and, for example, this geojson https://github.com/aourednik/historical-basemaps/blob/master/world_bc2000.geojson


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These might be interesting for you: http://www.airframes.org https://www.flarmnet.org/flarmnet/


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The Python script MondotimesScraper can collect data from Mondotimes.com.


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Perhaps you would be interested in a pre and post COVID-19 look at deaths (spoiler alert: you will notice a sudden increase in deaths in 2020). CDPH has published a query tool for top reportable causes-of-death data by demographic breakdowns with their California Vital Data Query Tool, it is free to register and you can get relatively up-to-date counts of ...


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ClinicalTrials.gov contains lots of information - not just for the US, but also for the other markets important to "Big Pharma". The blog of drug discovery chemist and blogger Derek Howe In the Pipeline (it's now a column of Science magazine) contains in-depth discussions of interesting recent discoveries. Each of his blogposts about clinical ...


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Could the Semantic Scholar Open Research Corpus (S2ORC) be of help? S2ORC contains 12.7M+ full text papers, of which 7.2% pertain to computer science (according to their paper, at p. 4974).


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There is a Firmenbuch in Austria which officially registers all businesses. Unfortunately, retrieving data from that register is not for free. Take a look here, and you will see a price list after your search query. (If you know German, there are more information about the Firmenbuch here at the Republic of Austria's Unternehmensserviceportal.) If you are ...


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First, SciRev crowdsources and showcases data like that (but it is still sparsely populated, it seems to me). Here is an example with IEEE Access: Second, Publons should likewise have such data - but as an entity belonging to a large commercial enterprise, I fear they will not make their granular data available publicly. You could nevertheless browse around ...


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