Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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For data derived from weather stations, satellite systems, and computer models that concerns temperature, precipitation, and other long-term climatic trends.
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For questions related to books.
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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.
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one or more datasets that together are so large or complex as to require non-traditional techniques to understand.
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For questions about data related to the country Australia.
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For questions concerning data related to the country of France.
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extracting refer to the action of downloading the information from a website or a document.
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Data about human faces, such as pictures or other facial recognition data.
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For questions about data related to the Asian continent.
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For questions related to barcodes, including UPC (Universal Product Code), EAN (International Article Number), and ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
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For questions about series of events with dates.
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For questions about data related to the country Japan.
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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.
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The Open Definition sets out principles that define “openness” in relation to data and content.
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Aerial or "bird's eye view" photos of regions and places of interest. Could also refer to orthophotography.
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For questions regarding dbpedia, including usage, working with Wikipedia, and consuming/creating Linked Data from Wikipedia.
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For questions about data related to the oceans, seas, seaside. For instance about the climate, wildlife, physics, shapes and human activities in the sea.
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For questions about soccer, rather than rugby, American or Canadian football.
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Email text or network.
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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…
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For data concerning land use, land classifications, landforms and land masses.
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For open data questions relating to geological hazards, such as volcanic eruptions. earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and sink holes.
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for open data (data request) questions about migration of animals, people, or companies between countries, states, regions or continents.