Tag

mobile

7 datasets
  • New Manufactured (Mobile) Homes Placed for Residential Use and Average

    Free Download — The Statistical Abstract files are distributed by the US Census Department as Microsoft Excel files. These files have data mixed with notes and references, multiple tables per sheet, and, worst of all, the table headers are not easily matched to their rows and columns. A few files had extraneous characters in the title. These were corrected to be consistent. A few files ...
  • Open Cell Id dataset - phone geolocation from GSM cellids

    Offsite — This project is an open source project, aiming to create a complete database of CellID worldwide, with their locations Project will provides free access to tools, data to not only create this database, but also retrieve location informations. A CellID is the unique number of a GSM cell for a given operator.
  • Mobile

    Free Download — This dataset consists of a collection of Infoboxes from Wikipedia on the topic of Mobile.
  • Mobile Suit

    Free Download — This dataset consists of a collection of Infoboxes from Wikipedia on the topic of Mobile Suit.
  • World Telecommunication/ITC Indicators Public Metrics

    Free Download — From the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations (UN) agency http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/icteye/Indicators/Indicators.aspx In the process of consolidating the 44 Excel files provided, I found some data points repeated with different values. The two cases of different values were: one was less precise, or one was left blank. Only the more precise and ...
  • Mobile Food Facility Permits from DataSF.org

    No Data — Mobile Food Facility Permits including name of vendor, location, type of food sold and status of permit Category: public-works Format: CSV Data dictionary: N/A Frequency: Daily Time period: current Agency name: Department of Public Works – Bureau of Street-Use & Mapping
  • Emoji Symbols: Unicode and Mobile Phone code points, icons and icon URLs

    Offsite — Emoji are those awesomely cute (or annoyingly cutesy) icons that many mobile phones let you insert into messages. Thanks, Japan! While you browse the data, please enjoy this song that @dianakimball wrote about emoji e-438 / unicode U+1F458 (*), We Are Sitting (Together in Kimonos). The unicode.org emoji dataset gives Unicode and Mobile Phone code points, icons and icon ...