Below are a couple of sites that have API access to bible text.
http://bibles.org/pages/api - This site has a well-documented API and serve a number of versions. They may have a version that suits your purposes - although NIV is not listed it is mentioned in the API documentation.
http://labs.bible.org/api_web_service - This site has what looks to be a ...
Disclaimer: I am the author of below github projects.
Two very good (and complete) sources are:
This has many database formats including all three formats you are inquiring of.
This is a newer continuance of the bible databases, but ...
I recommend trying rnoaa https://cran.rstudio.com/web/packages/rnoaa/ - It's an interface to many different data sources from NOAA.
df <- data.frame(
id = letters[1:6],
time = c("2016-06-01 10:35:26", "2016-06-01 10:35:57", "2016-06-01 10:37:30",
"2016-06-01 19:21:34", "2016-06-01 19:22:36", "2016-06-01 19:23:07"),
latitude = c(41....
Well, if you take a look at this link, you can get a good idea of what's going on. Basically, the IATI hold data which references data which is hosted elsewhere. They act a lot like the index in a library - the index doesn't contain the actual text in the book, but it contains metadata which describes the book, and tells you where to find it. Similarly, the ...
Firstly, latitiude/longitude with resolution to 5 decimals places corresponds to 1.1 meter (reference). I would imagine that the first step would to to find the nearest weather station, based on each lat/long pairs. Unless your geo-locations are coincidentally weather stations, you can't get super-resolution weather measurements (without computational ...
I am not sure if these are the data for which you are looking.
There is not an API of which I am aware. It would not be unreasonable to ask the openFDA team to add the following dataset: http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/InformationOnDrugs/ucm135778.htm
Or you can just download the zip file at the bottom of the page, the data is not that complex.
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"))....