Zenobase is service that provides users with the ability to store data, as well as aggregate and visualize personal time-series data. The Zenobase API allows users to store and retreive data. The API uses REST calls and returns JSON. The API exposes 4 sections of the API: the authentication, the buckets of data, events, and common data. Each of these categories includes a number of resources. An account is required with service.
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