Wolfram Research

MathGroup Emails Network

Network of emails sent to the MathGroup list in November 2011

Enron Email Network

Graph of the Enron email communication network within a dataset of around half a million emails

Sample Data: Spam Email

Dataset of email statistics for the classification of spam email

Top500 List of Supercomputers - June 2016

The TOP500 table shows the 500 most powerful commercially available computer systems known to us.

URV E-Mail Network

The email network between members of the Univeristy Rovira i Virgili

U.S. Baby Names By State

A comprehensive list of frequencies of baby names in the U.S, listed by year and state, since 1910

U.S. Baby Name Trends By State

A comprehensive list of time series for baby names in the U.S, listed by state, since 1910

New York City Elevators

List of registered elevator devices in New York City

Head Start Locations

Full list of currently active Head Start Program locations

SNAP Retailers

A comprehensive list of all retailers accepting SNAP payments in the U.S.

People Mentioned in Stephen Wolfram’s “A New Kind of Science”

Listing of all people mentioned in historical and other notes in “A New Kind of Science”

Famous 2D Cellular Automata

Well-known 2D cellular automata are listed, such as Conway’s Game of Life

US Health Data Breaches

A list of breaches of unsecured protected health information affecting 500 or more individuals

Three-Color Cellular Automaton Rules that Double Their Input

A list of rules for k=3 cellular automata that eventually double a block of gray input cells

The 2016 Atomic Mass Evaluation (AME2016)

Atomic mass list for analysis which contains the elements, mass excess, binding energy, beta-decay energy, atomic mass and more

SQuAD v2.0 Tokens Generated with WL

A list of isolated words and symbols from the SQuAD dataset, which consists of a set of Wikipedia articles labeled for question answering and reading comprehension

SQuAD v1.1 Tokens Generated with WL

A list of isolated words and symbols from the SQuAD dataset, which consists of a set of Wikipedia articles labeled for question answering and reading comprehension