Libraries.io gathers metadata about software from 33 package managers and three repository hosts — GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket.
The data we collect powers search on Libraries.io and other sites (if you’d like us to do that for you get in touch), helps us recommend projects, warn users of problems with their dependencies and compute a library’s SourceRank.
Downloading Libraries’ Data
Accessing Libraries’ Data Programmatically
Libraries’API provides up-to-date information for a project, repository or user.
Data is also available via Google BigQuery as apart of their public datasets programme
All data gathered by Libraries.io is provided under a Creative Commons, Attribution Sharealike 4.0 Licence. You can read the full wording of the licence here.
Our strategy is to gather and share information about open source software to create a stronger ecosystem and help developers make more informed decisions about the software they use. If there’s some data that Libraries.io does not currently collect that you would like to use in your research, application or service please create a ticket for it.