You can create an ISO 3166-2 and time zone list using the Geonames API. If you use the general search API, you can pass a wildcard in for the name and specify the feature code and feature class parameters you want, to return all entities of that type. The time zone name and differences for GMT and DST are among the attributes returned.
For example, the ...
found with a simple internet search, for which there are several results...
one result is this paper
Foreign object debris material recognition based on convolutional neural networks
provides a download link to the FOD data
The FOD material dataset can be downloaded from Google Drive.
(136 MB) https://drive.google....
I pasted the code from the URL (archive) into RStudio and ran the code. It creates three vectors that, without much analyzing, seem to be input vectors: x, y, y_ideal:
x = seq(10,20,0.25)
y_ideal = x
N = length(x)
sd = 2
y = rnorm(N,y_ideal,sd) # rnorm(n,mean,sd)
Actually y_ideal is just set to x., so really you should only need x and y:
The function rnorm(...
Just came across Azure open dataset:
Worldwide public holiday data sourced from PyPI holidays package and Wikipedia, covering 38 countries or regions from 1970 to 2099.
Each row indicates the holiday info for a specific date, country or region, and whether most people have ...
You can use https://www.kaggle.com/ There you have data samples and other people solving the problems with real examples of the solution in python, r or even excel. So you can track and see the logic of other people as well as try to solve the question your way. There also paid competitions... E.g. you can win up to 100k by solving some statistical question ...
I will not accept this, my own answer, in case someone comes up with a better solution.
However, https://www.freemaptools.com/download-uk-postcode-lat-lng.htm allows one to download data to map UK post codes to lat/long (no other data, but that is enough for me) as MSsql, MySql or CSV format.
If I download it once, then I don't need the overhead of an HTTP ...
Regarding git repo: it's not stale, it was updated about a month ago. Still,
there aren't newer/larger and available datasets just yet. If you stumble upon one - just drop a line here, I'll merge it with mine.
Anyway, here are some relevant posts:
Dataset of domain names
List of all http sites in the world
I created a Free Currency Exchange API,
Some of it's features are
Free & Blazing Fast response
No Rate limits
150+ Currencies, Including Common Cryptocurrencies
It's Daily Updated
The API is user friendly, to get the currency list with EUR as base currency use this URL:
GEBCO is the global opensource bathymetry data source, and GMT (Generic Mapping Tools) is the open source visualisation tool, another option for open source visualisation is QGIS.
I was just helping someone find data on delinquencies so I thought I'd add an update. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau publishes mortgage delinquency rates for states, metro areas, and the 400 to 500 largest counties in the US:
This data is sourced from the ...
They do have an aircraft database available right on the website (also for download): https://opensky-network.org/aircraft-database
Otherwise, the usual suspects are there for individual research but no API: https://flightradar24.com/data, FlightAware, Radarbox etc.
The Irvine University has a large dataset repository which is searchable by categories, for example: univariate classification in Business area.
This is one example, about Bank Marketing:
The classification goal is to predict if the client will subscribe (yes/no) a term deposit.
BEA: GDP by County, Metro, and Other Areas
The Bureau of Economic Analysis released the first official GDP estimates for the county level in December 2019:¹
The data related to the yearly Stackoverflow survey (for instance Developer Survey Results 2019) seems to fit your description, but you might need to do some data-cleaning. The data can downloaded form here: Stack Overflow Annual Developer Survey.
The following links include various resources related to your search:
Action Databases: this a list of various datasets of images, videos performing basic actions along with their labels
Kinetics collection of large-scale, high-quality datasets of URL links of up to 650,000 video clips that cover 400/600/700 human action classes.
This answer might be coming a little bit late, but hopefully it can help someone in the future. SFootDB is the largest publicly available gait database, CASIA-D is also a great underfoot pressure database, and there is a database available from UoM that also has underfoot pressure.