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A JSON file with entries from the FDA's handbook on food defect levels, which allows you to answer questions like: How much drosophila maggots can be in your canned tomatoes before it's considered contaminated? (GitHub repo.)
A tidy CSV with snapshots of county-level voter registration data in South Dakota, broken down by party, from 1976-present. (Original files and more at the GitHub repo.)
sd-vendor-checkbook.csv (large file)
A CSV with recent data from the state of South Dakota's checkbook-level vendor database, updated monthly. (GitHub repo.)
JSON files with data about the South Dakota Legislature -- sessions, legislators, bills and committees -- from 1997 to present.
Data scraped from the Earth Impact Database website maintained by the Planetary and Space Science Centre at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. (Also available as a CSV.)
Unofficial precinct-level results from the 2022 general election in South Dakota, assembled 2022-11-09 with data from the Secretary of State's election results website.
Datetimes of solar and lunar eclipses, full moons, and solstices and equinoxes, 1550-2649 (processing scripts / Google calendar). See also individual files for full moons, lunar eclipses, solar eclipses and equinoxes/solstices.
American Voices 💙
A Google Sheet with data collected from The Onion's "American Voices" series, 1996-08-07 to present. Updated regularly.
Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest results, 2002-2021. Updated annually.
County-level cannabis sales in Colorado, 2014-present (see this notebook). Updated monthly.
A list of journalists who witness executions in Texas (scraper). Updated whenever there's an execution.
A tidy CSV from a Wikipedia table listing count nouns for animals.
Every time the phrase "meatball surgery" was spoken during an episode of the hit TV show M*A*S*H.
Walkup music for Major League Baseball players (via).
Scrabble tile frequency and values.
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