8 datasets
  • Wikipedia Articles

    Free Download — Services for this API has ceased Our apologies for the inconvenience this may cause. You can find a download of the data set for this API on this page Did you ever want to correlate Wikipedia articles with geographic locations? You know, so you can figure out whose castle that is on the hill you just drove past, know whether there’s a natural or supernatural phenomenon ...
  • Reuters Spotlight - Article and Media API

    Offsite — The Reuters Spotlight service provides Reuters.com content in the form of multimedia articles, pictures, videos and text news through a set standards based consumer XML APIs. The Spotlight service also provides an option to receive the content automatically annotated with rich semantic metadata.
  • PMC FTP Service

  • BioMed Central

    Offsite — “Publisher of more than 170 peer-reviewed open access journals.” “BioMed Central is an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate open access to peer-reviewed biomedical research. All original research articles published by BioMed Central are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication. BioMed Central views open access to ...
  • Open History

    Offsite — Collection of articles – mostly about Japanese history. Started in 2001 and last updated in 2006-09-18.
  • Open Science and Information Wiki

    Offsite — Various licenses should all be OKD compliant. Open Science and Information Wiki includes metadata and links to files, few downloads are served directly from the website. Original comments and metadata are in the public domain.
  • Main Articles

    Free Download — This dataset consists of a collection of Infoboxes from Wikipedia on the topic of Main Articles.
  • Tweets linking to scientific papers - Jul 2011

    Free Download — This dataset lists the ~ 58k tweets that mentioned a scientific article (broadly speaking anything with a DOI, PMID or arxiv ID) between the 1st and 31st of July 2011. Recall isn’t 100%: my best estimate is that it’s missing another ~ 6k tweets where the article couldn’t be identified, the link was malformed or the journal involved is new or gets very low traffic. ...