Try This: File Hot Links

Try This: File Hot Links

As a data.world user, imagine that you want to supplement a dataset with results from an online survey. Now, if you wanted to keep your dataset up-to-date with the latest responses, what would you do? Could you upload files manually to data.world as many times as...
JSON Exposed!

JSON Exposed!

Introducing native support for JSON on data.world In recent years JSON has become the primary format for data exchange on the Internet. If you’ve queried data from an API on the web, or dug into your browser’s console, chances are you’ve seen it. JSON is great for...
APIs at data.world

APIs at data.world

UPDATE:  Official documentation is here: docs.data.world/documentation/api/ The last week has been a real whirlwind. Early in the week, our cofounder Jon Loyens was interviewed on the Partially Derivative podcast. Then on Friday, we were featured on Product Hunt....
30 Years of SQL

30 Years of SQL

Perhaps hard to believe, but SQL is celebrating it’s 30th birthday! Top Gun, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Legend of Zelda, and Structured Query Language (or SQL)—were all released in 1986. What a year… So, what better way to celebrate than to enable SQL querying in...
SPARQL Tutorial

SPARQL Tutorial

tldr; Check our awesome SPARQL Tutorial! Do you know SPARQL? No? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, there’s a pretty good possibility that you’ve never even heard of SPARQL. Let’s see what Google says… SPARQL (pronounced “sparkle”, a recursive acronym...
New feature: Topical dataset discussions

New feature: Topical dataset discussions

You may have noticed a few changes to the discussions feature on the data.world dataset pages. During the course of our research and user interviews, discussion, documentation, and commentary about data were identified as valuable context that get lost or locked away....