Mashups using the same API (633)
ProgrammableWeb recently caught up with Matt Sundquist, founder and COO of Plot.ly, a graphing and analytics startup. The Plotly API enables users to analyze and visualize data in one place, and forms an important step in building the infrastructure for data science to be further democratized. Sundquist spoke about the Plot.ly API, comparing it with existing visual solutions, and how visual data science solutions can evolve.
The Twitter API is one of the most popular APIs in our directory. While the most fundamental use of the API is to post a Tweet, developers have been using the API to access and mine the humongous amounts of Twitter data being generated, resulting in 50 Twitter visualizations in our mashups directory alone. These applications mine Tweets to provide services that help users track topics of interest, geolocalized Tweets and even predict flu outbreaks.
||The Thousand Eyes API integrates data monitoring and performance features. It is available in JSON architecture with token. Resources include sandbox, tests metadata, and user management. Thousand...||Monitoring||06.29.2016|
Periscope Data CSV
||The Periscope Data CSV API can be activated from a unique URL available on the documentation site. Users can integrate a chart with R, Python, and Google Sheets help. Periscope Data unifies data from...||Charts||06.22.2016|
||The Tableau REST API provides HTTP access to programmatic solutions for managing and manipulating the functional resources of the Tableau server. The API allows users to access a variety of...||Application Development||06.15.2016|
||The Tabex PDF to Excel API is a high-speed file conversion solution that is capable of precisely detecting and extracting tabular data from both still and fluid PDF documents. The API not only...||Data||05.22.2016|
||The Mighty Slider API integrates slides components into application to rotate images, videos, and banners. Resources include callbacks, properties, methods and events. As a service, Mighty Slider is...||Plugins||05.06.2016|