JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange format. The Stackexchange API delivers its data using this format. The tags is meant for questions about reading and interpreting JSON.

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Extracting values from nested rules in JSON data

I have been using Mathematica to analyse some data from the StackExchange API. It is conveniently available in JSON form, which Mathematica interprets as replacement rules. However, some of the rules ...
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How to request financial data from Yahoo's YQL and Quandl?

How can I download historical data from Yahoo ? Although Mathematica's FinancialData function uses Yahoo it could be useful to have more control on how to retrieve data from Yahoo's YQL. Edit ...
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Possible memory leak when importing JSON

Bug introduced in 10.0 and persisting though 10.2.0 This problem that I would like to resolve is how to free memory used Import a file when the file is no longer in use. I have a project in which ...
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Why are dictionary keys reordered upon JSON import?

After importing a JSON file, Mathematica changed the order of the fields. For example, I downloaded a sample file from: http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/find?lat=55.5&lon=37.5&cnt=10 I ...
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Format google places JSON output

I'm have some trouble formatting the Output of a 'Import' request. I get this as a return of a google places API request: ...
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Is there a way to specify which kernel is used to import files (SOLVED)?

Following up on a previous question in which I encountered a memory leak in the JSON importer I have created a SandBox script that will run the Import and analysis on a separate kernel, which be ...
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Import nested JSON file [duplicate]

For a project where I receive JSON messages from a web server I was trying to convert these messages into a format that can be used easily within Mathematica. Because JSON also consists of key-value ...