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[tor-talk] New post on mining OONI data


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
S3 buckets.

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!

Maria Xynou
Research and Partnerships Coordinator
Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI)
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