The Australian Synchrotron is Australiaâ€™s largest national research facility. The synchrotron produces extremely bright x-rays and infrared light that can be used to study a diverse range of materials and processes in great detail.
Australian Synchrotron provides several SOAP-based APIs - such as the MyTARDIS interface and the VBL Storage Gateway - to view, manage, and transfer experimental data in a secure manner. Further information on these services requires user log-in or an email to the provider.
Of the many APIs we published this week, fifteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll launch those fifteen into the spotlight, which included the Sendy API. Sendy is a self-hosted email application that claims to be 100 times cheaper than other services.
Developed in partnership with the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) project, the SOAP-based Australian Synchrotron APIs are geared to let scientists access data on their experiments from Australia's Synchrotron, the nation's largest research facility, in a secure manner. This also permits data analysis through remote access.
Basiq enables connectivity to financial institutions located in Australia and New Zealand. The Basiq API offers resources for personal financial management, wealth management, risk insights, cashflow...