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SOAP Web Service Reference Guide

Provides a full reference guide, including source code and how-to explanations, for version 3.0.1. Specifically, data source information and detailed explanations on the various call methods in version 3.0.1.  

Added: 2013-06-17
Analysis API guide

Reference for analysis-related API queries. 

Added: 2012-10-11
Dataset API guide

Reference for dataset-related API queries. 

Added: 2012-10-11
Capturing data from a third-party API

How to use Tuhunga to capture and store multi-page XML/JSON output from a third-party API. This example uses data from the World Bank API. 

Added: 2012-10-11

In this tutorial, we show you some basic database operations that will be useful in making your application data persistent across multiple sessions. After reading this tutorial, you will understand the principles of: •Creating a blank database, and adding a table •Connect to a database using a socket •Making queries to an existing database •Update an existing table entry with new data •Create a new entry in the database table •Using a database system with a telephonic application To navigate through this tutorial, use the Previous and Next buttons at the bottom of this screen. NEXT 

Added: 2011-07-05
Freebase-Python client library

Provides examples of how to use the Freebase APIs from Python 

Added: 2009-07-18
Ruby Class for Ensembl API

Provides a Ruby class for EBI's Ensembl database which contains genetics and genomics mapping data (at 

Added: 2008-11-10
Python Interface for Amazon Web Services

From the site: An integrated interface to current and future infrastructural services offered by Amazon Web Services. Currently, this includes:Simple Storage Service (S3),Simple Queue Service (SQS),Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2),Mechanical Turk, and SimpleDB 

Added: 2008-07-11
AmazonSimpleDB, AmazonS3, AmazonQueue, MechanicalTurk, AmazonEC2 


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