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GitHub - project-open-data/csv-to-api: Proof of concept to dynamically generate RESTful APIs from static CSVs

tags: API, csv, data, open

Dynamically generate RESTful APIs from static CSVs. Provides JSON, XML, and HTML.

The simplicity with which CSV files can be created has made them the default data format for bulk data. It is comparatively more difficult to create an API to share the same data atomically and transactionally.

url: https://github.com/project-open-data/csv-to-api

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GitHub - 18F/open-data-maker: make it easy to turn a lot of potentially large csv files into easily accessible open data

tags: API, 18F, csv, data, open
overview of data types, prompt to download data, create a custom data set, or look at API docs

The goal of this project is to make it easy to turn a lot of potentially large csv files into open data via an API and the ability for people to download smaller csv files with a subset of the data.

Preliminary research suggests that open data users (journalists and others) actually know how to work with spreadsheets really well, but a lot of the data sets that we have in government are huge.

url: https://github.com/18F/open-data-maker

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