1. General Questions
Through the Data Market, John Snow Labs offers a wide range of health and life science datasets and data packages.
John Snow Labs offers access to datasets that have been curated by a team of specialists in the health and life science domains. Thanks to the vast team expertise and experience in data acquisition, data curation, data normalization and data publishing, our datasets are cleaner, better documented, better structured and enriched with useful information than their free equivalents offered by various well established and trustworthy data publishers.
Our datasets are extremely easy to understand, use and integrate into your existing systems and tools. You can find a list of our databases on our vendors page.
Every single dataset on John Snow Labs has a fully transparent link back to its source. This means you can always verify the data as published by its original source. Transparency is the ultimate enabler of trust.
The John Snow Labs Data Library is an online data repository that allows users to access, download, and use datasets or data packages (groups of related datasets) curated by John Snow Labs team of experts. It is a quick and easy to access gateway to the John Snow Labs data catalog, a unique resource of normalized, clean and enriched collection of health and life science datasets.
The data library contains virtual products in the form of datasets and data packages that can be downloaded and used:
- for research purposes for free and
- for commercial purposes after paying a subscription fee.
As long as the subscription is valid the user will have a commercial license to use to the datasets and will get all available updates.
3. Data Info
By using our datasets you will save more than 4,000 hours in data preparation (cleaning, transformation, normalization, etc.) each month.
We offer you turnkey data for analysis already tested, optimized and customized in a ready to use format for your big data, data science or visualization platform.
Any active subscription on John Snow Labs Data Library can be cancelled at any time. The cancelation of a subscription stops future renewal charges but does not result in a refund of your order.
Commercial use of the dataset(s) is still allowed until the day the current subscription expires.
The use of John Snow Labs datasets is free forever for academics, researchers, and students.
The Data Library allows users to easily buy a subscription to the entire catalog. The subscription functionality is accessible from the Data Library main page.
By clicking on the Subscribe to Data Library buttons on the Data Library main page, or on the dataset details pages, the subscription is added to your cart. Once the order is passed and the payment is confirmed the user will gain commercial rights to all datasets.
The subscription is valid for one year and entitles the user to instantly access all available data updates and an unlimited number of downloads.
The payment methods currently supported by John Snow Labs Data Library are:
- Credit card directly on our website;
- Bank transfer to the account received via e-mail once the order is confirmed.
Subscriptions to John Snow Labs Data Library are not returnable or refundable after purchase.
Orders with status on hold can be canceled for free.
A user can cancel any order which has on-hold status. On hold status means that the payment has not been processed yet. Once the payment is computed the order can no longer be canceled. An order cancellation does not imply any payment/penalty.
Active subscriptions can be canceled but we do not provide any reimbursement for the already paid subscriptions.
Any active subscription on John Snow Labs Data Library can be canceled at any time. The cancelation of a subscription stops future renewal charges but does not result in a refund of your order. Commercial exploitation rights to the datasets will be valid until the day the current subscription expires.
Your list of subscriptions can be accessed in your account section of the Data Library.
2. Data Library Functionalities
The Data Library provides a dedicated web page where the users can search for the datasets she/he is interested in and explore the available data catalog.
The search functionality works on both dataset name and dataset description. By default, all available datasets are displayed as a list of products.