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For Biology, depends the kind of biology. For Ecology, probably you'd better check the Scientific publications from a journal, and check the associated data. Dryad, one of the repositories used for data linked to some scientific papers: https://www.datadryad.org/ If you mean Molecular Biology you can try European Molecular Biology + European Bioinformatics ...


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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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I think this is a good candidate for the UCI Machine Learning Repository, which is often used here as a resource: link to threads. With the "View All Data Sets" view you can filter and find specific, prepared and cleaned data sets. For learning this is quite beneficial, because there will surely be others developing with these data sets. Each data set is ...


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