One approach would be to use a record search engine to identify those records that could match your own records.
In addition, in my opinion, it would be a good idea to include identifier data records in your own publicated data records, which could make it easier to identify your own data in case of doubt.
Starting points for the search could be:
Check these out, not real time, one updated monthly and the other yearly:
National Average Drug Acquisition Costs
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey
NADAC gives you the wholesale prices I think. MEPS is a great source but requires a lot of digging and cross referencing different parts of the survey on a common key. As far as open data those are the best I ...
I don't know if that's proper, but this question can go to an end cause I found two wonderful datasets. I'd like to publish them under this answer to help people in similar situation like me.
The first is Website Analytics Daily Page Views from Open data DC, it contains daily pageview data from 2008 to 2020.
Second is from City Website Google Analytics, it's ...
Numenta Anomaly Benchmark (NAB)
Dataset and scoring for detecting anomalies in streaming data
It is comprised of over 50 labeled real-world and artificial time-series data files plus a novel scoring mechanism designed for real-time applications. All of the data and code is fully open-source, with extensive documentation, and a scoreboard of anomaly ...
Your question shows <> which is not a valid property or wildcard.
You cannot use property variables (wildcards) in property paths.
So you need to understand the structure of how dct:subject and skos:broader are used, and exploit that. I happen to know that
dct:subject links pages to categories
skos:broader makes the category hierarchy
I should warn ...
This could be a useful resource:
When government data are made accessible and re-usable, they enable individuals, organizations and even governments themselves to innovate and collaborate in new ways.
With these main points
Public Service Improvement
Innovation and Economic Value
one good option is http://www.naturalearthdata.com/, which is public domain
Natural Earth is a public domain map dataset available at 1:10m, 1:50m, and 1:110 million scales.
All versions of Natural Earth raster + vector map data found on this website are in the public domain. You may use the maps in any ...