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BBAW Places API

The service analyzes text submitted to identify place names within the region of Germany known as Prussia. It interprets text and names according to usage from the 19th century, as recorded in a gazaetteer resources compiled by the provider's research project. It helps with analysis of text from the relevant period and specific to the region.

API methods accept submission of sample text encoded as Unicode and return the place names recognized along with their locations within the submitted text. Methods allow formatting of output as xml, json, or plain text.

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BBAW Places: Highlights

Summary
German text analysis and place name service
Category
Reference
Tags
Protocols
REST
Data Formats
XML, JSON, Text
API home
http://www.bbaw.de/bbaw/HelpSys/menu?tree-e=e ... 

BBAW Places: Specifications

Functionality

Client Install Required
No  
Service Endpoint
http://pdr.bbaw.de/pdrws/places?text=

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
None  
Developer Key Required
No  
Account Required
No  
Commercial Licensing
 
Provider
pdr.bbaw.de/  
Non-Commercial Lic.
 
Data Licensing
 
Usage Fees
 
Program Fees
 
Certification Program
 
Usage Limits
 
Terms of Service
 

Security

Authentication Model
Public 
SSL Support
No 
Read-only Without Login
Yes 

Support

Vendor API Kits
 
Community API Kits
 
API Blog
 
Site Blog
 
API Forum
 
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