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I went to this website (USGS board on geographic names), downloaded each state's information and then filtered the rows with "county" in the place name. Each state's URL can be programatically manipulated easily.


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OpenCorporates and CorporationsWiki are the best that I know of. They're certainly incomplete and out of date at times though.


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Physionet is an online repository of EHR databases. For example, here are some (credentialed access) deidentified ICU datasets: Dataset Location N hospitals Source MIMIC-III US 1 https://physionet.org/content/mimiciii/1.4/ MIMIV-IV US 1 https://physionet.org/content/mimiciv/1.0/ eICU US >200 https://physionet.org/content/eicu-crd/2.0/ HiRID ...


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All the climate data of US are available on the National Climatic Data Center, under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). You can get county, city or state based rainfall, wind etc. data of both recent and historical times. Data link: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web/search


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Dothub provides a list of US Business entities parsed from official registries https://www.dolthub.com/repositories/dolthub/us-businesses/data/master Just use the following SQL query. SELECT * FROM `businesses` where state_registered = 'ME' LIMIT 200; Disclaimer: I have no relations with DoltHub, Inc.


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Unlikely, but... I would suggest looking at some complex life simulation games. Probably some of them are open-sourced and have open data with objects inside. Still, It's too simplified to measure common objects this way.


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There is IANA tzdb with a list of all timezones. It's quite complex and changing since timezones change too, for example in Russia timezones changed several times during the last 20 years.


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