Intrinio has been growing like crazy and this article is designed to give existing users an update on the changes. We've grown significantly as a company, added new data sets, released some helpful new tools, and have some big plans for the coming months. Read on to get the scoop.
API stands for application programming interface and if that sounds like gibberish, you are already being left in the dust by the competition. APIs allow developers to build connections between their own applications and other applications, enabling data sources to interact. In the past, businesses that wanted their software systems to interact had to purchase expensive ERP software and implement cumbersome, time consuming solutions.
APIs make it easy and cheap for business tools to "talk" to each other, powering data driven decision making in real time. Businesses that use APIs will thrive, those that don't will be too slow to keep up.
What exactly is an API?
If you are a developer using Intrinio's API you will have noticed that for many data types, the results are limited to a specific number per page. This article answers these questions about API paging limits:
- What are API paging limits?
- What are Intrinio's paging limits?
- How can you write code to get all of the pages?
- What does an example of this look like using R?
Intrinio is proud to announce that executive contacts and compensation data will now be available in the Fintech Marketplace. This dataset from Greensight is broken into two data feeds, one for the United States and one for international executives. Both feeds include direct email and direct phone numbers for key leaders at major corporations as well as 4+ years of compensation data . This article explains what is included in these new feeds and the cost to subscribe, how to access the data in Excel, and how to use the Executive Contacts API.
Our mission at Intrinio is to power a generation of applications that will fundamentally change the way our broken financial system works. Intrinio data feeds form the basis of large enterprise business reporting applications, fintech web-apps, mobile apps and even blogs. It's rewarding to see our product come to life at the hands of today's most innovative developers. They are building powerful things.
We're lucky to be in a business where we grow together with our customers, and we're proud to show off their hard work. Each blog in this series will feature a developer or a startup that has leveraged our financial data feeds to build something incredible.
These are their stories.
Intrinio is excited to announce the release of API Explorer, a free tool that makes it easier to check out the data types available in Intrinio's Fintech Marketplace. The API Explorer lets users select the data they would like to see and the companies they would like to see it for, and then outputs that data as well as the Excel, Google Sheets, CSV, and API syntax that would be needed to access that data using other tools. This article explains what the API explorer is, how to use it, and why we created it.
Intrinio is excited to announce the addition of the NASDAQ Global Press Releases data feed. This data feed will provide Intrinio users with free API access to the latest breaking news for companies from around this world. Partnering with NASDAQ to provide this data is an honor, and being able to provide it free of charge is a milestone for our mission of making financial data affordable and accessible. If you need a press release API, this article explains how to get access and provides sample API calls to get you started.
We're proud to announce a brand new partnership with TipRanks - a leader in analyst ratings and rankings. We've added three new TipRanks products to the marketplace: News Sentiment, Analyst Ratings & Blogger Ratings. These data sets provide unprecedented access to powerful sentiment indicators. This article explains these new data feeds in depth with sample code and examples for how to get started.
Data as of March 4th, 2017