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5 Criteria to Compare Data Marketplaces

Interesting way to compare data marketplaces:

  • A free level of developer access.
  • A variety of data spanning a wide range of topics.
  • Several different methods to access the data, including at least data dumps (think CSV) and a web API
  • RESTful API that returns JSON; it’s even better if it also has a YQL binding.
  • General-purpose client libraries in your language of choice

Comparing Data Marketplaces

Even if I’d like seeing the above 5 features, I remain with my criteria.

Original title and link: 5 Criteria to Compare Data Marketplaces (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)