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Sports Open Data is a project started in June 2015 created by Paolo Riva, Riccardo Quatra and Fabio Sgroi. This project was born by a need we've found when looking for statistics in Sports: no website offers its data in an Open Data way. Sports Open Data will work in this way: by providing a JSON REST API, Sports Open Data allow you to manage data for every single match we've stored on our database. And that's not over: Sports Open Data has been structured as an Open Organization: feel free to partecipate to our project or simply be part of our community to make it grow day by day. Open Data created by users for users.
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IP Geolocation API allows developers to get geolocation information for a given IP address. Data points returned by this GeoIP API include city, state, province, country, continent, latitude, longitude, region, timezone, current time, organization, ISP, local currency, and country flags. This IP Location API can be used for content personalization, geotargeting, geofencing, ad targeting, digital rights management, form auto-completion, etc. With the free plan, you can make 15,000 IP lookup API calls per month. Paid plans are starting from $15 per month.
The first reviews engine for products that works directly from grocery stores while you are shopping. GoodFoods offers the latest information on healthy eating options and to provide recommendations and reviews that inform your personal choices. As a member of the GoodFoods community, you can browse the site, check out reviews, and leave your own comments on products you’ve tried. The feedback you provide will help inform others, giving everyone the resources they need to make quality choices.
API for the United States Federal Court System (commonly referred to as PACER). Search for cases, get detailed docket information, and download filings. Save money by downloading cached copies of documents. Docket Alarm is for: (1) Financial institutions that want to run background litigation checks on companies; (2) Document management or doc review systems that want to automatically sync data with the court's; and (3) Law firms that want to automate tracking court filings in their cases.