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How to query weather forecasts from the past – Historical Forecasts

Analyzing historical weather forecast data is the an important facet for many weather data users beyond standard forecasts and historical observations. Historical forecasts are often more important for business analysis than traditional historical observation data because customers in many cases base their decisions on future forecast and not the actual weather on a given day. …

How to find weather data using NLP (Natural Language Processing)

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is an artificial intelligence process used to by computer systems to find the meaning of text content. This allows the human users to ask questions using sentences written in a natural way using normal sentences. Successful NLP systems will allow users to ask questions in different ways and still be able …

Academic, student and research discounts for weather data

At Visual Crossing, we are proud to be a trusted source of weather data to the academic and research communities. To help support students and members of the research community obtain accurate weather information, we offer our Academic plan to individuals who need historical weather data and weather forecast data. I’m a student, how do …

Replacing the OpenWeatherMap API with Visual Crossing Weather

Visual Crossing is a superior replacement for the OpenWeatherMap API (also known as the OpenWeather API) in both cost and functionality. By offering up to 1000 free results a day and full access to forecast historical data, Visual Crossing Weather makes it easy for everyone to test the API, compare data, evaluate extended weather functionality, …

How to import weather data into Microsoft SQL Server

When you want to drive data analysis of all types including data science and business intelligence applications, loading weather data into a relational databased is often the first step. As one of the most popular database platforms in the world, Microsoft SQL Server is the backend datastore for millions of applications from homebrew to enterprise. …