Tag

license-noncommercial

6 datasets
  • The Speech Accent Archive

    Offsite — From website: > The speech accent archive uniformly presents a large set of speech samples from a variety of language backgrounds. Native and non-native speakers of English read the same paragraph and are carefully transcribed. The archive is used by people who wish to compare and analyze the accents of different English speakers. On [about ...
  • Research Papers in Economics

    Offsite — Openness: NOT OPEN license: Restricts commercial use potentially. See <http://repec.org/docs/RePEcDataUse.html>. details: “You do not charge for it or include it in a service or product that is not free of charge.”
  • National Public Transport Access Node database (NaPTAN)

    Offsite — From the [overview](http://naptan.org.uk/overview.htm): > NaPTAN provides a unique identifier for every point of access to public transport in the UK, together with meaningful text descriptions of the stop point and its location. This enables both computerised transport systems and the general public to find and reference the stop unambiguously. Stops can be related to ...
  • MOCHA-TIMIT

    Offsite — About Authors: Alan Wrench, Queen Margaret University College. Funded by: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. When created: November 1999. Purpose: Phonetically balanced dataset for training an automatic speech recognition system Openness Availability: English speakers available here free for non-commercial use and may be distributed on CDROM for a ...
  • World Values Survey

    Offsite — Description Large global surveys of ‘values’ taking place every five years since 1990 described on its website as “The world’s most comprehensive investigation of Political and Socio-Cultural Change”. Openness: Semi-Open Access: download in bulk is possible as well as analysis on the website. However have to go through terms and conditions (not automatable) ...
  • UK National Health Service Choices web services

    Offsite — The NHS web services support business-to-business syndication of content over the internet. NHS Choices has created a set of web services to allow approved partners to interact with the service, free of charge. The web services return NHS Choices content in a form that can be easily integrated into a website or application. NHS intends to make most of the data and ...