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Open San Diego About WordNet - WordNet - About WordNet milwaukeedata OpenSignal API - OpenSignal | Open Austin Planet.osm - OpenStreetMap Wiki Planet.osm is the OpenStreetMap data in one file: all the nodes, ways and relations that make up our map. A new version is released every week. It's a big file (XML variant over 498GB uncompressed, 36.1GB bz2 compressed and 25.2GB PBF). There are also files called Extracts which contain OpenstreetMap Data for individual continents, countries, and metropolitan areas. Format The two main formats used are PBF or compressed OSM XML. For an overview over all osm file formats have a look at OSM file formats. If you are using traditional GIS tools you may want to look at Processed data providers. Downloading See below for usage instructions. Planet.osm mirrors Country and area extracts Worldwide extract sources Regional extract sources Global thematic extracts provides shapefiles of global coastlines, land polygons or water polygons. BitTorrent Original source The originating URL is Update frequency The size of a planet.osm file is about License

City of San Jose API documentation | Doodle3D help The Doodle3D WiFi-Box makes almost all 3D printers wirelessly controllable through a simple REST API. This means you can control them using Processing, openFrameworks, JavaScript, Arduino, Cinder etc. Basically any language that can send and receive HTTP requests (AJAX). So what could you make? Doodle3D API Our API enables you to go to a url, and retrieve a json object with information. But you can also set things in motion, you could for example print something by sending G-code in a POST request to the following url:{ip address of WiFi-Box}/d3dapi/printer/print A basic example in html: <html><body><form action=" enctype="x-www-form-urlencoded" method="POST"><textarea name="gcode">G1 X100 Y100</textarea><input type="hidden" name="start" value="true"><input type="hidden" name="first" value="true"><input type="submit" value="Print" /></form></body></html> The basic guidelines are: Read-only requests are send as GET, with arguments encoded in the url.

Home | Maps, GIS & Open Data | The City of Portland, Oregon Welcome to the main page for the City of Portland Corporate GIS (CGIS) team. Here you can stay up-to-date on our major projects, find examples of maps and applications that use our enterprise data, and provide feedback on our products and services. Maps Produced by our Partner Bureaus Find examples of cool, informative maps produced using CGIS enterprise data Open Data Access the City of Portland public datasets in Shapefile, Web Service, and tabular formats. CrimeMapper CrimeMapper puts accurate, up-to-date information about Portland crime patterns in the hands of citizens PortlandMaps The flagship product of CGIS, PortlandMaps delivers site-specific property information, neighborhood crime statistics, aerial photos, school information, and tons of additional map data for the City of Portland and beyond Browse the CGIS data offerings and dig deeper into the content with our new and continually-improving Metadata site

Open Data Platform - City of Sacramento Skip to Left Navigation / Tab to View Content Open Data Platform With a click of a button, citizens can now access meaningful city data on one webpage, create reports and download information including building permit activity, crime reports, budget information, and land-use data. Municipalities across the nation are providing web access to important public data. City legislative history and other important documents are also available online.