Exversion: data API, platform for access, collaboration
Search over 140,000 datasets, consume them through one simple API or upload your own data to collaborate, publish, share or version-control it.
By Gregory Piatetsky, Aug 7, 2013.
Launched today, Exversion allows you to search over 140,000 datasets, consume them through one simple API or upload your own data to collaborate, publish, and share with colleagues and the community.
The new feature of Exversion vs other data platforms, stressed in the site name, is the ability to version-control the data repositories.
Developers can access the data library with one singe RESTful API.
You can collaborate by uploading your data to Exversion and quickly start building applications.
With the platform you are now able to upload file of up to 10MB in your browser, and also can upload much larger datasets via API.
Basic rate ($10/month) gives you 100MB Storage, 5 private repositories, and unlimited API calls. Medium rate ($50/month) gets you 1GB storage, and Large rate ($400/month) gives you 50 GB storage and 40 collaborators per repo.
Read Exversion launch post: And we’re off, Exversion is now available to everyone, Aug 7, 2013.
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