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  • HTTPError

    Hi, I just recently registered for the API, and it has been working, until one point, when I gave an I think simple data request. It gave me the following error message: > HTTPError: 401 Client Error: Unauthorized for url: https://api.uis.unesco.org/sdmx//data/UNESCO,RD,1.0/ALL?format=sdmx-generic-2.1&startPeriod=2007&endPeriod=2016&locale=en&subscription-key=b19e8b601bf44f98a02ea6d6718468c3 Is there anything I am doing wrong in the query? Many thanks!

    Status: Open | Reported by AndrĂ¡s Sat, 03 Feb 2018 14:45:11 GMT
  • error reading certain urls with r

    I am using the rsdmx package to read url requests into r. However certain urls have recently begun throwing an error. For example passing the following url to rsdmx: https://api.uis.unesco.org/sdmx//data/UNESCO,SDG4,1.0/SCH.................?format=sdmx-compact-2.1&lastNObservations=1&locale=en (key removed) throws: "Error in curlPerform(curl = curl, .opts = opts, .encoding = .encoding) : embedded nul in string: '\037 U+008B>\b'" This same url (along with others) was was working some weeks ago. Other requests can be correctly exucuted by rsdmx though. For example: https://api.uis.unesco.org/sdmx/data/UNESCO,SDG4,1.0/ADMIN.................?format=sdmx-compact-2.1&lastNObservations=1&locale=en I have been in contact with the author of the rsdmx package and he is unsure of the source of the error.

    Status: Open | Reported by Alasdair Thu, 11 Jan 2018 14:16:20 GMT
  • API Limit calls

    Hello, I am a developer and I can't find a way to get other product than "Starter", the 100 calls/hour seems a bit small, I have registered my application with Unesco and it has been approved, does that mean that I have a bigger limit now? is there any way to increase to 100 calls/hour limit? Thanks Regards Roberto Alvarez

    Status: Open | Reported by Roberto Wed, 20 Dec 2017 02:40:48 GMT
  • Getting "Couldn't be downloaded" error from an query of Categories Scheme

    for example:http://api.uis.unesco.org/sdmx/categoryscheme/UNESCO/all/latest&format=sdmx-json&subscription-key=(my subscription key here)

    Status: Resolved | Reported by jian Wed, 16 Aug 2017 18:25:29 GMT
  • unable to generate correct 'long' format from csv

    When using a query builder to generate a url with csv output (selecting series on x axis and lastNObservations =1), the ouput generated is incorrect. Years are listed under the unit of measure and each country is a seperate column (see attached). Ideally the output would conform with tidy data standards (each variable forms a column and each observation a row: http://www.stat.wvu.edu/~jharner/courses/stat623/docs/tidy-dataJSS.pdf ). In addition, when selecting lastNoObservations, it would be highly desirible if no missing observations were returned (since removing missing cases is the objective of quering most recent values). Is there someway for me to specify this structure in the query builder? Thanks Each type of observational unit forms a table

    Status: Open | Reported by Alasdair Mon, 31 Jul 2017 09:56:29 GMT
  • HTTP error 401: Access denied

    Hello, I am the main developer of pandaSDMX, an SDMX client written in Python (pandasdmx.readthedocs.io). As I would like to add support for UIS API, I signed up for it under the account ID fhaxbox66@gmail.com. I have signed up for the Starter product. Your otherwise excellent docs seem to lack information on what primary and secondary keys are good for, what their differnt use cases, if any, are. I have tentatively used boteh of them. Here is the error I got in all cases when trying to connect to the SDMX API: Error: 401 Client Error: Access Denied for url: https://api.uis.unesco.org/s dmx/dataflow/UNESCO/all/latest?format=sdmx,subscription-key=my-primary-key> Any idea? Leo

    Status: Resolved | Reported by Stefan Sun, 07 May 2017 19:30:35 GMT
  • get in touch

    hello - I am developer of sdmx.rdata.work and would like to get in touch with the UIS developers. I am based in Paris and have been to UNESCO recently.

    Status: Resolved | Reported by Bo Mon, 02 Jan 2017 20:10:19 GMT

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