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I found some promising hits from a Google search for "glacial extent shapefile bering sea," including: ArcGIS online layer (global extent): Ice extent and coastline at the last glacial maximum shapefiles of Pleistocene and Wisconsonian glacial extents in Alaska A number of scientific articles also turned up during that search. If you look at those articles ...


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If anyone is interested in similar datasets: I found a nice compilation of different datasets, which can be used for population studies (among others). The data is compiled at resolutions 100m and 1km and includes information about the water surface (also as dummy variable): https://www.nature.com/articles/sdata20171#t3 If you scroll down to the end of the ...


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This portal has several open datasets for autonomous driving https://scale.ai/open-datasets Index of Open Datasets for Autonomous Driving


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There is an unofficial API for recent World Cups https://worldcup.sfg.io/ This is an API for the World Cup(2014,2018) and Women's World Cup(2015,2019) that scrapes current match results and outputs match data as JSON. No guarantees are made as to its accuracy, but we will do our best to keep it up to date. For example responses, including events such as ...


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Find these datasets in the ImmGen consortium http://www.immgen.org/ And resources of the journal Immunity


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The GFZ Potsdam, a large research institute in Germany, has several groups working on hyperspectral data. This page http://www.enmap.org/flights.html lists a table with several datasets from Europe, acquired 2011-2014. Most of the DOI links on that page lead to the library of GFZ Potsdam, which offers a data download service. However, for some reason most ...


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There are an estimated 1.6 billion public websites in the world, with 200 million being active. But no one really knows, because a website can be just an IP address with no domain, or an .onion link, or temporary or short-lived, or weather-dependent, ... One way would be to use known DNS records (domain names) from the 2013 DNS Census. It is a DNS ...


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GAEZ by FAO has agro-climatic suitability, potential / actual yield, and other data products for a variety of crops under different conditions. Model documentation can be found here.


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Open Skills offers an API, though I'm not sure if the data matches your requirements: Open Skills Project


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By no means comprehensive, but RT Wilson's free GIS data list is a good place to start. Scroll down to the Individual Country/Area Datasets section and search for "census." Australian Government Data: Data from the Australian Government's OpenData programme, including soil, climate and census data. This link shows only data available as shapefiles. Click ...


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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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The R Code below worked. Might be a bit cumbersome but it did the trick: library(tidyverse) # reading files in con <- gzcon(url(paste("ftp://ftp.fu-berlin.de/pub/misc/movies/database/frozendata/", "biographies.list.gz", sep=""))) txt <- readLines(con) biographies <- read.csv(textConnection(txt), quote = "", skip = 1, header = ...


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For information on a company 'about' we offer data points for name, title, company size, number of employees, industry, and more. If you are interested in learning more about our dataset you can visit our site. Additionally, you can view our 7+ Million Companies Open Sourced Dataset here.


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Many years later... (to anyone of interest), found this by chance, gyro, accelerometer vs long, lat for a study to predcit is the former one are more accuracte by using RNNs https://databank.illinois.edu/datasets/IDB-5975383


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The analogous database in the U.S. is called the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). But there are two problems with using it as an open data source. It's decentralized. There is not one MLS. There are thousands. Each deals with a local area roughly the size of a city. It's private. The MLS is owned and operated by the local Realtor's association. Realtor's are ...


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