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As @philshem explained, this is an ongoing research area especially with the COVID situation nowadays and it is a bit tricky at this early stage to find open-sourced datasets. Luckily, there are a couple such: Sick Sounds COVID-19 Open Source Cough Dataset Coswara-Data hernanmd/COVID-19-train-audio Google-cough-audioset Freesound-cough data If those are ...


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I've recently been using here.com using the R library hereRand it seems to provide all the functionality I need, mainly geocoding text addresses and route finding between locations. Their 'Freemium' model allows up to 250k transactions per month. Another, much more complex process would be setting up you own PostGIS server and loading the shape files for the ...


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For macOS you can use this list and for Windows this one. This website seems to have some useful lists summarizing the CLI commands. However, there will always be extra/additional tools that can be installed/ added to the CLI such as git, rsync etc. so in -my opinion- you should always google the names you come up with, to make sure that you won't have any ...


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I wrote a python3 scraper for the https://coronatracker.at site that gets the individual states' data. The code is really a wrapper for the amazing pandas function .read_html(), which does basically everything by reading the table from the html. The CSV could be cleaned up (e.g. splitting some columns that contain multiple data points together 42.545 +191 (0%...


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This is a hot research topic. Best chance is to contact researchers, although medical audio recordings are going to be highly sensitive, so getting raw data is not so likely. I found one app that asks users to submit voice samples. https://www.covid-19-sounds.org/en/ It's funded by the EU, so there may be some initiative to make the data open: https://erc....


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I think you are trying to search for diseases and their symptoms. You can obtains such a data set from here.


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Unfortunately, the key links in the popular answers for this question are all currently broken. It is still true, as David H answered, that the Common Core of Data is the official source, but the links to data.gov are broken. Now, the only relevant thing on data.gov is the page about the School & District Navigator which links to an interactive map that ...


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https://github.com/iannuttall/binlist-data impressive compilation, can't say how often it is updated. seems to have been scraped from some of the sites listed above.


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Here's a comprehensive article on real estate api with actual top 17 best ones


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There is a newly released dataset from ETH-Z├╝rich https://utd19.ethz.ch/ The Institute for Transport Planning and Systems ETH Zurich collected the data in a research campaign from 2017-2019. The data mainly consists of measurements from loop detectors, which record vehicle flow and occupancy (or speed) in relatively small aggregation interval, typically 3-...


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Here's XML versions of NIV and NRSV: https://github.com/dborza/bible-tools/tree/master/bible-translations (also CEV, ESV, KJV, MKVJ, MSG, NASB, NKJV, NLT). Generate plain text version of NIV with one verse per line: wget https://github.com/dborza/bible-tools/raw/master/bible-translations/niv.xml;ruby -rnokogiri -e'Nokogiri.XML(IO.read("niv.xml"))....


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History of Locations of an android mobile in the month of October 2014 The history of locations of each of the mobile can be downloaded from this link: Source These data are interesting to perform geolocation studies associated with time. Format file: JSON If you are willing to buy the data, you can find the below link Datarade Location data is information ...


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This site: https://data.world/arunbabu/gender-by-names provides what you are looking for. It has names with gender for Indians!


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