Do you want your Web browser to be smarter? So do we. And it is easy for you to help. Submit your anonymized Web history to the Web History Repository. With your data, researchers can gain new insights; programmers can create new tools and plugins for you.

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The database contains the tables whr_moz_historyvisits and whr_moz_places. Documentation can be found here. The only difference is that there is an additional field userid and that all urls and rev_hosts are encrypted (for privacy reasons; actually, we do not have the urls or rev_host either).

In return for using the Web History Repository we would like you to spread the word, so that the repository will continue growing.

You can do this by acknowledging the Web History Repository on your site or in any academic publication. Thanks a lot!

And obviously we would be interested to learn about what you discovered or created using the data. Please let us know.

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If you use the data please refer to our work.
Ricardo Kawase, George Papadakis, Eelco Herder, Wolfgang Nejdl: Beyond the usual suspects: context-aware revisitation support. HT 2011: 27-36