[tor-talk] New post on mining OONI data
maria at openobservatory.org
Wed Feb 7 15:27:52 UTC 2018
OONI's Leonid published a post today which explains how to mine OONI
data via Amazon S3 buckets and other sources:
As you may already know, OONI data is publicly available via OONI
Explorer and the OONI API (https://ooni.torproject.org/data/), but these
resources currently present various limitations.
If you're interested in downloading the full batch of raw OONI data
faster, you can do so via the ooni-data Amazon S3 bucket. The post
provides instructions and examples of extracting OONI data from Amazon
Instead of downloading all OONI data, you may find it useful to work
with a metadata database to identify the subset of measurements that you
want to download for further processing. In this case, you can get a
PostgreSQL database dump and run SQL queries on it.
Learn more through the post. Happy mining!
Research and Partnerships Coordinator
Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI)
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