New Factual Resolve API Will Help Clean Up, Complete Location Databases

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This week Factual.com announced the release of its Resolve API for location-based services. The Resolve API is an entity resolution API which completes partial records, matches one query against another, and works to de-duplicate and normalize location data.

By using the Resolve API, developers can tell the API know the information they already know about a location, and Resolve will add the missing information, such as a category, latitude and longitude, address, etc. Initially Resolve will only include locations in the United States, but it will eventually include global locations.

This week Factual.com announced the release of its Resolve API for location-based services. The Resolve API is an entity resolution API which completes partial records, matches one query against another, and works to de-duplicate and normalize location data.

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