WeedDeals provides daily deals for local marijuana dispensaries to users Facebook, email, or twitter feeds. The WeedDeals API allows users to search for deals by city, retrieve information about specific deals, and several other functions. The service uses REST calls and will return data in JSON or XML. Access is available with an API key.
CDYNE Delayed Stock Quote
The CDYNE Delayed Stock Quote API allows users to retrieve stock information using a number of SOAP-based calls. Users may retrieve a stock's price, a current stock quote, or a dataset containing information on multiple stocks. For all calls, developers may use a license key of 0 for testing.
GoodRX.com provides price comparisons of prescription drugs, sourcing data from 70,000 pharmacies. The site offers both a Low Price API and a Price Comparison API. The GoodRX APIs uses HTTP calls to provide clients with the ability to get the latest pricing data on over 6,000 prescription medications. The service requires an API Key.
Species Invaders is a solution for identifying and mapping invasive species. It is a RESTful API that allows researchers to look up or add information about to a crowdsourced database of invasive species threats. This allows user from different apps or widgets to input data separately but develop the same knowledge base. Users can query it for data and updates or submit new information via the API. It returns JSON-encoded data and is still in its alpha release stage.
Travelocity is an online service for travel shopping. Users can search, browse, and book travel, such as airline tickets, hotels, and rental cars.
The Travelocity API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Travelocity with other applications and to create new applications. Documentation is available with login; interested developers can sign up for their API key and access here: http://connect.travelocity.com/.
The service provides remote collaboration and advisory services in veterinary medicine. It offers consultation on animal radiology, cardiology, and other diagnostic and clinical actions. In addition to detailed reporting based on submitted observations, consultants from the service provide expert evaluation to help guide animal medical interventions.
API methods support creation of new cases and retrieval of existing cases, addition of new diagnostic information and reports, and related functions. API interactions enable interactions of veterinarians with the service and timely responses to patient situations.
Apptentive is a service that allows users to integrate a feedback application within their mobile or web application. Customers and users of the applications can provide feedback to the creator/developer within the application itself.
The Apptentive API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Apptentive with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving feedback, managing users, and accessing account information.
Divide-and-Conquer Multiple Sequence Alignment
Divide-and-Conquer Multiple Sequence Alignment (DCA) is a program for producing fast, high quality, simultaneous multiple alignments of amino acid, RNA, or DNA sequences. The program is based on an algorithm that provides a heuristic approach to sum-of-pairs optimal alignment.
DCA is available as a download, a web console, and a SOAP API.
GenealogyCloud by OneGreatFamily is a web-based genealogy family tree service. Users can build their family trees and add family members to the trees with this service.
The GenealogyCloud API allows developers to access and integrate the data and functionality of GenealogyCloud and OneGreatFamily with other applications. Some example API methods include searching for individuals, creating and editing profile information, creating and updating families, and uploading files.
The DataShop is a service of the Pittsburg Science of Learning Center (PSLC). The DataShop is a repository for research data and also provides analysis and reporting tools. DataShop data may be queried and retrieved via a RESTful API. Responses are returned in XML or tab-delimited text. Future plans for the API include the ability to upload data as well.