Of the many APIs we published this week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eleven, which include the LairOut API. LairOut, in a nutshell, is a web-based event location directory that provides users with information on events happening around their location. All users have to do is enter in a location and date and the site will generate events taking place around that location at or near that date. The API simply makes this functionality available to developers via API calls.
National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers (MMPC) are a group of National Institutes of Health sponsored resources that research diabetes, obesity and other metabolic diseases based in mice. The MMPC has made much of its research and data available through the MMPC API. Developers can pull from the data sets to enhance the research with big data tools and analytics.
||Flyr predicts air travel prices using machine learning technology.The Flyr API is available upon request to eligible developers interested to improve travel services and predict airfare. With the API...||Air Travel||12.28.2015|
||UMLS REST API supports web-based searches and content retrieval at the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) database operated by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Updated bi-annually in May...||Medicine||12.17.2015|
||The MOLGENIS API allows users to programmatically retrieve and modify data model entities and entity collections. It supports all CRUD methods, as well as resource collections paging and filtering...||Science||12.15.2015|
||The CicerTransDB API is a RESTful URL API that is used for the retrieval of sequences and features from CicerTransDB. CicerTransDB is a database for Chickpea Transcription factors. It is a unified...||Science||10.29.2015|
Ontotext S4 Semantic Biomedical Tagger
||The Semantic Biomedical Tagger (SBT) API offers developers built-in capability to recognize 133 biomedical entity types in text and semantically link them to a knowledge graph -- in this case...||Text||10.17.2015|