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API Mashups (4)
Ratings for diet research articles from PubMed and products from Amazon EC2. Relates research articles to products and reviews by extracting tags and showing stats. With OpenID support.
Shows Chernoff Faces visualization to represent the impact factor data of a paper alongside Pubmed biomedical literature search results. Basically it allows you to search PubMed and have the results...
Free online tools for gathering, sorting, presenting and digesting of scientifically oriented information. Interface for PubMed searches, MeshTree, interface to nutritional database, news-/...
Our API directory now includes 195 science APIs. The newest is the AnnotQTL API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the NCBI Entrez API. We list 4 NCBI Entrez mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of science APIs.
||The Protected Planet API integrates biodiversity and environmental data of the world areas. It is available with HTTP requests and JSON responses. Authentication is required with token.||Countries||09.28.2016|
||This REST API allows third-party applications to retrieve data stored within BIGSdb databases or to send new submissions to database curators. PubMLST is a public database for molecular typing and...||Science||08.24.2016|
Validic Connect Partner
||This REST API provides health and wellness data to share it with organizations seeking to consume it. It allows developers of health apps and devices to push data through our platform API. Validic...||Healthcare||08.21.2016|
NASA Vesta Trek REST
||This API is a part of a collection of APIs that power the Vesta Trek NASA web-based portals for exploration. Map layers are available through OGC RESTful WMTS protocol. NASA open data supports NASA...||Astronomy||08.12.2016|
NASA Mars Rover Photos
||This API allows you to collect image data gathered by NASA's Curiosity, Opportunity, and Spirit rovers on Mars. Each rover has its own set of photos stored in the database, that are capable of being...||Science||08.12.2016|