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the process of breaking down thing(s) into parts/pieces/smaller organizable units, with the goal of learning what the parts do and how they interrelate to one another.
a non-profit organization headquartered in Mountain View, California, United States devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally…
one or more datasets that together are so large or complex as to require non-traditional techniques to understand.
For questions about data related to the country Australia.
For questions concerning data related to the country of France.
Data about human faces, such as pictures or other facial recognition data.
extracting refer to the action of downloading the information from a website or a document.
For questions related to barcodes, including UPC (Universal Product Code), EAN (International Article Number), and ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
Search engines provide an interface to a group of items that enables users to specify criteria about an item of interest and have the engine find the matching items.
For questions about series of events with dates.
The Open Definition sets out principles that define “openness” in relation to data and content.
Aerial or "bird's eye view" photos of regions and places of interest. Could also refer to orthophotography.
For questions regarding dbpedia, including usage, working with Wikipedia, and consuming/creating Linked Data from Wikipedia.
For questions about soccer, rather than rugby, American or Canadian football.
For questions about data related to the oceans, seas, seaside. For instance about the climate, wildlife, physics, shapes and human activities in the sea.
For open data questions relating to geological hazards, such as volcanic eruptions. earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and sink holes.
an XML standard used for expressing geographic annotation and visualisations. The KML file format is used to display and annotate geographic data in various applicatio…
the process of transferring/translating data from one format to another. In the context of Open Data SE, typically this involves converting data from a proprietary data format, to …