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Below are a couple of sites that have API access to bible text. - 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. - 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 ...


Should these help you ! Bibles in JSON & XML Bibles versions in SQL format


I recommend trying 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 ...

2 also have a good database collection


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: Or you can just download the zip file at the bottom of the page, the data is not that complex.


This url is allows for searching of multiple formats of the bible.


Here's XML versions of NIV and NRSV: (also CEV, ESV, KJV, MKVJ, MSG, NASB, NKJV, NLT). Generate plain text version of NIV with one verse per line: wget;ruby -rnokogiri -e'Nokogiri.XML("niv.xml"))....

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