As I know, buying hands are illegal for several poker sites. However, there are a few free databases that probably will help you.
1) University of Alberta A database with more than 10 million of poker hands
2) HandHQ.com A 70GB database of poker hands.
The Wordnik API will tell you whether any single word is a valid scrabble word (among other information).
I am not sure that's exactly what you're looking for, but it's the best I've got.
About Italian lotto you can download data from 1939 to today.
On this page: https://www.lottomatica.it/lotterie/lotto
It is in Italian, but, if you click on "Estrazioni" on the top left and then you search for word "scarica", you can download csv data.
There is an unofficial API for metacritic which can provide most of the data you request. You'll have to register.
Here is an example cURL request of the 'find game' endpoint:
curl --include --request GET 'https://byroredux-metacritic.p.mashape.com/details?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.metacritic.com%2Fgame%2Fplaystation-3%2Fthe-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim' --header "X-...
There was a really super visualization recently from vizual-statistix. See the whole post here.
Anyway, his data source was XWord Info, which shares all the NYTime Daily Crossword Puzzles. You can see an example (most recent) of JSON format:
Details here. With a snippet of code you can search over all ...
You can find an API here as well:
Free Scrabble Dictionary API
The current function of the scrabble dictionary API is to inform you whether the word you are looking up is located in any of the official scrabble word lists (TWL also referred to as Official Tournament and Club Word List, SOWPODS and ENABLE).
Our API is free for anyone to ...
IITC is an open source browser plugin/mobile app that does it with a special plugin. http://iitc.jonatkins.com
Source code is available at github, so you might want to play with it. As it is noted by developer - "Using these scripts is likely to be considered against the Ingress Terms of Service. Any use is at your own risk."
Giant Bomb (API info) is probably going to be your best bet. They have a very large database of games, and they keep track of details like release date, genre, platforms, publishers, franchises, characters, locations, etc. However, they restrict their API to non-commercial use and 200 requests/hour.
Another one to check out is TheGamesDB (API info). Their ...
Here are a few datasets from New York State with a list of winning numbers:
Lottery Daily Numbers/Win-4 Winning Numbers: Beginning 1980 - https://data.ny.gov/Government-Finance/Lottery-Daily-Numbers-Win-4-Winning-Numbers-Beginn/hsys-3def
Lottery Cash 4 Life Winning Numbers: Beginning 2014 - https://data.ny.gov/Government-Finance/Lottery-Cash-4-Life-Winning-...
I'm posting here the results of my analysis so far. If this is not an appropriate place for this, let me know. The actual answer to my question is here, where you can find a very large database of mostly German players, with some international ones.
My analysis follows closely the analysis done in this paper, with a few tweaks that I'll discuss as needed.
FIDE rating lists are available to download on this page.
The standard rating list contains both rating and sex information.
Your hypothesis is interesting, but it seems not very easy to test it, because FIDE Elo rating distribution has many abnormalities.
Here below are comparative density plots with and without filtering by K-factor:
I've just created an anki deck based on the ingress.tv glyphs. It is available for download as an apkg here.
One of the differences is my deck contains known 2-5 string sequences as well (well, as shown on ingress.tv). Note that the deck you have found is based on glyphtionary - I ...
igdb.com ---> API
Internet Game Database, IGDB.com is a website about video games, intended for both game consumers and video game professionals alike. One of the principles behind IGDB.com is accessibility of data. They wish to share the data with anyone who wants to build cool videogame oriented websites, apps and services.
The Board & Card Games QA site is full of open data about board games.
The whole content is licensed cc by-sa 3.0 with attribution required.
Depending on what data you want, you might be interested in their tags too: https://boardgames.stackexchange.com/tags
In particular, they have for each board game:
a tag name
a short description of the game
Depending on what type (and the structure) of the metadata you're looking for, have you thought of tapping a more general product API from the likes of Google, Amazon, eBay, etc.?
Also: consider contacting the API you found that has terms not to your liking. Perhaps you can create a special arrangement with them.
not a strong board gamer, so i can't verify if these titles are "legit"...i recognize a few; a list of free alternatives to classic, well known games:
the only game i looked @ was frozen bubbles, its 100% open source, as they are all advertised, denoted by the "This is Free ...
I found another source, halfway hidden, with roughly 180k English words
http://scrabutility.com/TWL06.txt (archived link)
and based on:
Tournament Word List (TWL06)
TWL - the American dictionary, based on the Official Scrabble Players' Dictionary , used in North American and Canadian tournaments.
which links this site: https://www.isc.ro/en/...
Great question! There are several MMORPG games that provide this type of data, and APIs to others from which you can extract the data. Check out the following:
World of Warcraft APIs on Github with everything from pets to professions extending over players, guilds, and regions
League of Legends API (includes game data and assets, champions, items, runes, ...
If you are doing legitimate market research, you should expect to pay for this data based on the value it provides to your business planning.
You are unlikely to find this data given away for free, or if it is, it probably is not reliable for market research because of data collection methodology problems.
I know that this is not much of an answer, but if ...
Disclaimer: The Ingress Terms of Service disallows "extracting, scraping, or indexing" game data. It's possible to get banned if you use this data.
I had the same question and found an answer. A helpful person called Lanced has done the hard work of extracting portal data from the game and provides a public API, available at https://lanched.ru/PortalGet/ ...
Wikidata is the only place with open data about games. The other sites have APIs for their closed data that have many restrictions and may not be viable if you need data about all existing games.
With the following SPARQL query, you can get the data you need for all games with a single request:
SELECT ?game ?gameLabel ?releaseDate ?platformLabel ?...