We are thrilled to welcome dataplor to the Dewey community! dataplor is a leading provider of global points of interest (POIs), data that Dewey users have long been using in their academic research. Check out research previously published by the Dewey community to see how global POIs are fueling a wide range of research around the world.
“dataplor is proud to partner with Dewey to unlock our datasets for the academic community,” said Geoff Michener, CEO of dataplor. “At dataplor, we build POI data that represents the entire world, even traditionally data-scarce countries. Academics often make groundbreaking discoveries with a real-world impact, and we are excited to get this data into the hands of researchers who can leverage it to uncover insights that make a real difference.”
dataplor specializes in meticulously curating POI data around the entire world. Businesses leverage dataplor’s POIs to power analytics on a global scale, using a unified data schema across hundreds of geographies to streamline workflows like market planning, real estate site selection, brand footprint analysis, and more.
dataplor provides high quality POI data on a global scale, even in the most data-scarce areas of the world. The company’s unique ability to offer globally-scaled POI datasets that are updated on a near-real-time basis results in the most accurate and relevant data available. dataplor’s POIs will be updated each month for Dewey users to ensure the data is refreshed to reflect real-world change. Community members can view the schema for dataplor data available to Dewey users here.
POIs for the following countries are now available to the Dewey community for use in academic research:
Dataplor’s leading global points of interest (POI) data is now available to all Dewey subscribers, and free samples are available to anyone with a Dewey account. Create an account for free and download a sample to get started researching.
If you have questions about dataplor data, check out what others are saying in the Dewey community by searching tag dataplor. Our community of over 15,000 academic researchers are always actively helping each other by sharing tips and tricks for working with data, and answering any FAQs.