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[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1936, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\n5 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom Breihan described the song as `` maybe the finest bitchy kiss - off in pop history '' . </P> <P> Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company used portions of the song for its 1960s ad campaign promoting its `` wide boots '' tires . Nancy Sinatra unsuccessfully sued Goodyear for using the song , claiming that it had violated her publicity rights . </P> <P> The song was included in the third episode of American action - comedy series The Good Guys , `` Broken Door Theory '' . </P> <P> In 2017 , US Gymnast Ragan Smith used portions of the song as music for her floor routine . </P> <H3> Charts ( edit ) </H3> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Chart ( 1966 ) </Th> <Th> Peak position </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Australia ( Kent Music Report ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Canada Top Singles ( RPM ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> French ( IFOP ) </Td> <Td> 13 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ireland ( IRMA ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Italian Singles Chart </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> New Zealand ( RIANZ ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> UK Singles Chart ( OCC ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> US Billboard Hot 100 ( Billboard ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <H3> Track listing ( edit ) </H3> <Ul> <Li> <Dl> <Dt> UK promotional single </Dt> </Dl> </Li> </Ul> <Ol> <Li> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' -- 3 : \n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1936, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n\nDocument:\n5 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom Breihan described the song as `` maybe the finest bitchy kiss - off in pop history '' . </P> <P> Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company used portions of the song for its 1960s ad campaign promoting its `` wide boots '' tires . Nancy Sinatra unsuccessfully sued Goodyear for using the song , claiming that it had violated her publicity rights . </P> <P> The song was included in the third episode of American action - comedy series The Good Guys , `` Broken Door Theory '' . </P> <P> In 2017 , US Gymnast Ragan Smith used portions of the song as music for her floor routine . </P> <H3> Charts ( edit ) </H3> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Chart ( 1966 ) </Th> <Th> Peak position </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Australia ( Kent Music Report ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Canada Top Singles ( RPM ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> French ( IFOP ) </Td> <Td> 13 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ireland ( IRMA ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Italian Singles Chart </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> New Zealand ( RIANZ ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> UK Singles Chart ( OCC ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> US Billboard Hot 100 ( Billboard ) </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <H3> Track listing ( edit ) </H3> <Ul> <Li> <Dl> <Dt> UK promotional single </Dt> </Dl> </Li> </Ul> <Ol> <Li> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' -- 3 : \n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1987, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nThese Boots Are Made for Walkin ' - wikipedia <H1> These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Single by Nancy Sinatra </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> from the album Boots </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> B - side </Th> <Td> `` The City Never Sleeps at Night '' </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Released </Th> <Td> February 22 , 1966 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Format </Th> <Td> 7 '' single </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Recorded </Th> <Td> November 19 , 1965 Western Recorders Hollywood , California , United States </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genre </Th> <Td> Pop rock , country rock </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Length </Th> <Td> 2 : 42 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Label </Th> <Td> Reprise </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Songwriter ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Producer ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Nancy Sinatra singles chronology </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom\n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1987, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n\nDocument:\nThese Boots Are Made for Walkin ' - wikipedia <H1> These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Single by Nancy Sinatra </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> from the album Boots </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> B - side </Th> <Td> `` The City Never Sleeps at Night '' </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Released </Th> <Td> February 22 , 1966 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Format </Th> <Td> 7 '' single </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Recorded </Th> <Td> November 19 , 1965 Western Recorders Hollywood , California , United States </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genre </Th> <Td> Pop rock , country rock </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Length </Th> <Td> 2 : 42 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Label </Th> <Td> Reprise </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Songwriter ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Producer ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Nancy Sinatra singles chronology </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1987, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nThese Boots Are Made for Walkin ' - wikipedia <H1> These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Single by Nancy Sinatra </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> from the album Boots </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> B - side </Th> <Td> `` The City Never Sleeps at Night '' </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Released </Th> <Td> February 22 , 1966 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Format </Th> <Td> 7 '' single </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Recorded </Th> <Td> November 19 , 1965 Western Recorders Hollywood , California , United States </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genre </Th> <Td> Pop rock , country rock </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Length </Th> <Td> 2 : 42 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Label </Th> <Td> Reprise </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Songwriter ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Producer ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Nancy Sinatra singles chronology </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom\n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1987, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho wrote these boots are made for walking\n\nDocument:\nThese Boots Are Made for Walkin ' - wikipedia <H1> These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Single by Nancy Sinatra </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> from the album Boots </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> B - side </Th> <Td> `` The City Never Sleeps at Night '' </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Released </Th> <Td> February 22 , 1966 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Format </Th> <Td> 7 '' single </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Recorded </Th> <Td> November 19 , 1965 Western Recorders Hollywood , California , United States </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genre </Th> <Td> Pop rock , country rock </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Length </Th> <Td> 2 : 42 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Label </Th> <Td> Reprise </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Songwriter ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Producer ( s ) </Th> <Td> Lee Hazlewood </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Nancy Sinatra singles chronology </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> <Table> <Tr> <Td> `` So Long , Babe '' ( 1965 ) </Td> <Td> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' ( 1966 ) </Td> <Td> `` How Does That Grab You , Darlin ' ? '' ( 1966 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> `` These Boots Are Made for Walkin ' '' is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra . It charted January 22 , 1966 , and reached No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart . </P> <P> Subsequently , many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles : metal , pop , rock , punk rock , country , dance , and industrial . Among the more notable versions are the singles released by Megadeth , Jessica Simpson , and Ella Fitzgerald backed by Duke Ellington and his orchestra . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Nancy Sinatra version <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Recording </Li> <Li> 1.2 Personnel </Li> <Li> 1.3 Release </Li> <Li> 1.4 Promotional film </Li> <Li> 1.5 In popular culture </Li> <Li> 1.6 Charts </Li> <Li> 1.7 Track listing </Li> <Li> 1.8 Release history </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Jessica Simpson version <Ul> <Li> 2.1 Recording and release </Li> <Li> 2.2 CD single </Li> <Li> 2.3 Chart performance </Li> <Li> 2.4 Music video </Li> <Li> 2.5 Charts and certifications </Li> <Li> 2.6 Weekly charts </Li> <Li> 2.7 Year end charts </Li> <Li> 2.8 All - time chart </Li> <Li> 2.9 Certifications </Li> <Li> 2.10 Versions </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Other versions <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Megadeth version </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Selected list of other recorded versions </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> <Li> 6 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Nancy Sinatra version ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Recording ( edit ) </H3> <P> Lee Hazlewood intended to record the song himself , saying that `` it 's not really a girl 's song '' , but Sinatra talked him out of it , saying that `` coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive , but was perfect for a little girl to sing '' . Hazlewood agreed . Sinatra 's recording of the song was made with the help of Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew . This session included Hal Blaine on drums , Al Casey , Tommy Tedesco , and Billy Strange on guitars , Ollie Mitchell , Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns , Carol Kaye on electric bass and Chuck Berghofer on double bass , providing the notable bass line . Nick Bonney was the guitarist for the Nelson Riddle Orchestra . </P> <H3> Personnel ( edit ) </H3> <P> Other personnel , as seen in the American Federation of Musicians ( AFM ) contracts for the session include : </P> <Ul> <Li> Billy Strange - arranger , conductor , and guitar </Li> <Li> William Miller - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Don Lanier - guitar </Li> <Li> Lou Norell - guitar </Li> <Li> Jerry Cole - guitar </Li> <Li> William Pitman - guitar </Li> <Li> Don Randi - keyboard </Li> <Li> Richard Perissi - French horn </Li> <Li> Oliver Mitchell - trumpet </Li> <Li> Plas Johnson - tenor sax </Li> <Li> Nick Bonney - guitar </Li> <Li> Donald Frost - ( unknown ) </Li> <Li> Charles Berghofer - bass </Li> <Li> Eddie Brackett Jr. - engineer </Li> <Li> Emil Richards - percussion </Li> <Li> Jim Gordon - drums </Li> <Li> Roy V. Caton - ( contractor ) trumpet </Li> <Li> Lee Hazlewood - supervisor </Li> </Ul> <H3> Release ( edit ) </H3> <P> The second single taken from her debut album Boots , and follow - up to the minor hit `` So Long , Babe '' , the song became an instant success . In late February 1966 , the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart , a move it replicated in similar charts across the world . </P> <H3> Promotional film ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the same year Sinatra recorded a promotional film , which would later be known as the music video , for the song . It was produced by Color - Sonics and played on Scopitone video jukeboxes . In 1986 , for the song 's 20th anniversary , cable station VH1 played the video . </P> <P> Sinatra told Alison Martino that other videos and performances are from TV shows like The Ed Sullivan Show , Hullaballoo and Shindig ! </P> <P> The videos featured Sinatra wearing an iconic pair of boots . </P> <H3> In popular culture ( edit ) </H3> <P> In 2006 , Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s . Critic Tom\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Lee Hazlewood" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2343, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nUl> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,623 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 36 </Td> <Td> Goose Goslin † </Td> <Td> 1,609 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 37 </Td> <Td> Nap Lajoie † </Td> <Td> 1,599 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 38 </Td> <Td> George Brett † </Td> <Td> 1,596 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 39 </Td> <Td> Mike Schmidt † </Td> <Td> 1,595 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 40 </Td> <Td> Andre Dawson † </Td> <Td> 1,591 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 41 </Td> <Td> Carlos Beltrán </Td> <Td> 1,587 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 42 </Td> <Td> Rogers Hornsby † </Td> <Td> 1,584 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Harmon Killebrew † </Td> <Td> 1,584 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 44 </Td> <Td> Al Kaline † </Td> <Td> 1,583 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 45 </Td> <Td> Jake Beckley † </Td> <Td> 1,575 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 46 </Td> <Td> Willie McCovey † </Td> <Td> 1,555 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 47 </Td> <Td> Fred McGriff </Td> <Td> 1,550 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 48 </Td> <Td> Willie Stargell † </Td> <Td> 1,540 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 49 </Td> <Td> Harry Heilmann † </Td> <Td> 1,539 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 50 </Td> <Td> Joe DiMaggio † </Td> <Td> 1,537 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 51 </Td> <Td> Jeff Bagwell † </Td> <Td> 1,529 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Tris Speaker † </Td> <Td> 1,529 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td>\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2343, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n\nDocument:\nUl> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,623 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 36 </Td> <Td> Goose Goslin † </Td> <Td> 1,609 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 37 </Td> <Td> Nap Lajoie † </Td> <Td> 1,599 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 38 </Td> <Td> George Brett † </Td> <Td> 1,596 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 39 </Td> <Td> Mike Schmidt † </Td> <Td> 1,595 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 40 </Td> <Td> Andre Dawson † </Td> <Td> 1,591 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 41 </Td> <Td> Carlos Beltrán </Td> <Td> 1,587 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 42 </Td> <Td> Rogers Hornsby † </Td> <Td> 1,584 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Harmon Killebrew † </Td> <Td> 1,584 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 44 </Td> <Td> Al Kaline † </Td> <Td> 1,583 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 45 </Td> <Td> Jake Beckley † </Td> <Td> 1,575 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 46 </Td> <Td> Willie McCovey † </Td> <Td> 1,555 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 47 </Td> <Td> Fred McGriff </Td> <Td> 1,550 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 48 </Td> <Td> Willie Stargell † </Td> <Td> 1,540 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 49 </Td> <Td> Harry Heilmann † </Td> <Td> 1,539 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 50 </Td> <Td> Joe DiMaggio † </Td> <Td> 1,537 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 51 </Td> <Td> Jeff Bagwell † </Td> <Td> 1,529 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Tris Speaker † </Td> <Td> 1,529 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td>\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2070, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\ncessfully allowing a runner on base to score as a result of making contact at - bat ( except in certain situations , such as when an error is made on the play or during a double play ) , though a batter is credited with an RBI if a run scores as a result of his reaching first base with the bases loaded as a result of either a base on balls ( walk ) , or being hit by a pitch , or interference . </P> <H2> Contents </H2> <Ul> <Li> 1 The list </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 References </Li> </Ul> <H2> The list ( edit ) </H2> <Ul> <Li> Bold denotes active player . </Li> <Li> † denotes elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame . </Li> <Li> numbers in parentheses denote 2018 Major League Baseball season RBIs for active players </Li> <Li> Stats updated as of August 28 , 2018 . </Li> </Ul> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,623 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 36 </Td> <Td> Goose Goslin † </Td> <Td> 1,609 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 37 </Td> <Td> Nap Lajoie † </Td> <Td> 1,599 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 38 </Td> <Td> George Brett † </Td> <Td> 1,596 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 39 </Td> <Td> Mike Schmidt † </Td> <Td> 1,595 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 40 </Td> <Td> Andre Dawson † </Td> <Td> 1,591 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 41 </Td\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2070, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n\nDocument:\ncessfully allowing a runner on base to score as a result of making contact at - bat ( except in certain situations , such as when an error is made on the play or during a double play ) , though a batter is credited with an RBI if a run scores as a result of his reaching first base with the bases loaded as a result of either a base on balls ( walk ) , or being hit by a pitch , or interference . </P> <H2> Contents </H2> <Ul> <Li> 1 The list </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 References </Li> </Ul> <H2> The list ( edit ) </H2> <Ul> <Li> Bold denotes active player . </Li> <Li> † denotes elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame . </Li> <Li> numbers in parentheses denote 2018 Major League Baseball season RBIs for active players </Li> <Li> Stats updated as of August 28 , 2018 . </Li> </Ul> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,623 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 36 </Td> <Td> Goose Goslin † </Td> <Td> 1,609 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 37 </Td> <Td> Nap Lajoie † </Td> <Td> 1,599 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 38 </Td> <Td> George Brett † </Td> <Td> 1,596 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 39 </Td> <Td> Mike Schmidt † </Td> <Td> 1,595 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 40 </Td> <Td> Andre Dawson † </Td> <Td> 1,591 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 41 </Td\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1923, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nList of Major League Baseball career runs batted in leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of Major League Baseball career runs batted in leaders </H1> Hank Aaron , career leader of runs batted in <P> The following is a list of Major League Baseball players who have reached the 1,000 runs batted in ( RBIs ) milestone . RBIs are usually accumulated by a batter in baseball by successfully allowing a runner on base to score as a result of making contact at - bat ( except in certain situations , such as when an error is made on the play or during a double play ) , though a batter is credited with an RBI if a run scores as a result of his reaching first base with the bases loaded as a result of either a base on balls ( walk ) , or being hit by a pitch , or interference . </P> <H2> Contents </H2> <Ul> <Li> 1 The list </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 References </Li> </Ul> <H2> The list ( edit ) </H2> <Ul> <Li> Bold denotes active player . </Li> <Li> † denotes elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame . </Li> <Li> numbers in parentheses denote 2018 Major League Baseball season RBIs for active players </Li> <Li> Stats updated as of August 28 , 2018 . </Li> </Ul> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1923, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most rbis in major league baseball\n\nDocument:\nList of Major League Baseball career runs batted in leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of Major League Baseball career runs batted in leaders </H1> Hank Aaron , career leader of runs batted in <P> The following is a list of Major League Baseball players who have reached the 1,000 runs batted in ( RBIs ) milestone . RBIs are usually accumulated by a batter in baseball by successfully allowing a runner on base to score as a result of making contact at - bat ( except in certain situations , such as when an error is made on the play or during a double play ) , though a batter is credited with an RBI if a run scores as a result of his reaching first base with the bases loaded as a result of either a base on balls ( walk ) , or being hit by a pitch , or interference . </P> <H2> Contents </H2> <Ul> <Li> 1 The list </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 References </Li> </Ul> <H2> The list ( edit ) </H2> <Ul> <Li> Bold denotes active player . </Li> <Li> † denotes elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame . </Li> <Li> numbers in parentheses denote 2018 Major League Baseball season RBIs for active players </Li> <Li> Stats updated as of August 28 , 2018 . </Li> </Ul> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Player </Th> <Th> RBI </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Hank Aaron † </Td> <Td> 2,297 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Babe Ruth † </Td> <Td> 2,214 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Alex Rodriguez </Td> <Td> 2,086 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Barry Bonds </Td> <Td> 1,996 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Lou Gehrig † </Td> <Td> 1,995 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Albert Pujols ( 64 ) </Td> <Td> 1,982 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Stan Musial † </Td> <Td> 1,951 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Ty Cobb † </Td> <Td> 1,944 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Jimmie Foxx † </Td> <Td> 1,922 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Eddie Murray † </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Willie Mays † </Td> <Td> 1,903 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Cap Anson † </Td> <Td> 1,879 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 13 </Td> <Td> Mel Ott † </Td> <Td> 1,860 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 14 </Td> <Td> Carl Yastrzemski † </Td> <Td> 1,844 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 15 </Td> <Td> Ted Williams † </Td> <Td> 1,839 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 16 </Td> <Td> Ken Griffey , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,836 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 17 </Td> <Td> Rafael Palmeiro </Td> <Td> 1,835 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 18 </Td> <Td> Dave Winfield † </Td> <Td> 1,833 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 19 </Td> <Td> Manny Ramirez </Td> <Td> 1,831 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 20 </Td> <Td> Al Simmons † </Td> <Td> 1,828 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 21 </Td> <Td> Frank Robinson † </Td> <Td> 1,812 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 22 </Td> <Td> David Ortiz </Td> <Td> 1,768 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 23 </Td> <Td> Honus Wagner † </Td> <Td> 1,732 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 24 </Td> <Td> Frank Thomas † </Td> <Td> 1,704 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 25 </Td> <Td> Reggie Jackson † </Td> <Td> 1,702 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 26 </Td> <Td> Jim Thome † </Td> <Td> 1,699 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 27 </Td> <Td> Cal Ripken , Jr. † </Td> <Td> 1,695 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 28 </Td> <Td> Gary Sheffield </Td> <Td> 1,676 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 29 </Td> <Td> Adrián Beltré ( 33 ) </Td> <Td> 1,675 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 30 </Td> <Td> Sammy Sosa </Td> <Td> 1,667 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 31 </Td> <Td> Tony Pérez † </Td> <Td> 1,652 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 32 </Td> <Td> Ernie Banks † </Td> <Td> 1,636 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 33 </Td> <Td> Miguel Cabrera ( 22 ) </Td> <Td> 1,635 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 34 </Td> <Td> Harold Baines </Td> <Td> 1,628 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 35 </Td> <Td> Chipper Jones † </Td> <Td> 1,\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Hank Aaron" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1789, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\ny 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue working toward her singing goals as she made a life for her daughter . Leaving Laura with her parents , she returned to Toronto and her Eaton 's job . </P> <P> That fall she met David Langham . By spring 1967 she had married Langham in a small ceremony that included the bride 's sister , the groom 's brother , and a minister . In her auto\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1789, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n\nDocument:\ny 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue working toward her singing goals as she made a life for her daughter . Leaving Laura with her parents , she returned to Toronto and her Eaton 's job . </P> <P> That fall she met David Langham . By spring 1967 she had married Langham in a small ceremony that included the bride 's sister , the groom 's brother , and a minister . In her auto\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1848, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nRita MacNeil - wikipedia <H1> Rita MacNeil </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil at the National Arts Centre , Ottawa , December 12 , 2009 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Background information </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> ( 1944 - 05 - 28 ) May 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue wo\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1848, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n\nDocument:\nRita MacNeil - wikipedia <H1> Rita MacNeil </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil at the National Arts Centre , Ottawa , December 12 , 2009 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Background information </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> ( 1944 - 05 - 28 ) May 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue wo\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1848, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nRita MacNeil - wikipedia <H1> Rita MacNeil </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil at the National Arts Centre , Ottawa , December 12 , 2009 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Background information </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> ( 1944 - 05 - 28 ) May 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue wo\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1848, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho sang its a working man i am\n\nDocument:\nRita MacNeil - wikipedia <H1> Rita MacNeil </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"2\"> Rita MacNeil at the National Arts Centre , Ottawa , December 12 , 2009 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th_colspan=\"2\"> Background information </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> ( 1944 - 05 - 28 ) May 28 , 1944 Big Pond , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> </Th> <Td> April 16 , 2013 ( 2013 - 04 - 16 ) ( aged 68 ) Sydney , Nova Scotia , Canada </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Genres </Th> <Td> Country , folk </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Occupation ( s ) </Th> <Td> Singer </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Instruments </Th> <Td> Vocals </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Years active </Th> <Td> 1975 -- 2013 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Labels </Th> <Td> Virgin Records </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Th> Website </Th> <Td> Official website </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Rita MacNeil , CM , ONS ( May 28 , 1944 -- April 16 , 2013 ) was a Canadian singer from the community of Big Pond on Nova Scotia 's Cape Breton Island . Her biggest hit , `` Flying On Your Own '' , was a crossover Top 40 hit in 1987 and was covered by Anne Murray the following year , although she had hits on the country and adult contemporary charts throughout her career . In the United Kingdom , MacNeil 's song `` Working Man '' was a No. 11 hit in 1990 . </P> <P> In 1990 , she was the bestselling country artist in Canada , outselling even Garth Brooks and Clint Black . She was also the only female singer ever to have three separate albums chart in the same year in Australia . </P> <P> Throughout her career MacNeil would receive five Honorary degrees , release 24 albums , win three Juno Awards , a SOCAN National Achievement Award , four CCMA awards , eleven ECMA awards , be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and be named to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Personal life <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Early years </Li> <Li> 1.2 1950s </Li> <Li> 1.3 1960s </Li> <Li> 1.4 1970s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Career <Ul> <Li> 2.1 1970s <Ul> <Li> 2.1. 1 `` Working Man '' </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2.2 1980s </Li> <Li> 2.3 1990s </Li> <Li> 2.4 2000s </Li> <Li> 2.5 2010s </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 3 Death </Li> <Li> 4 Discography <Ul> <Li> 4.1 Albums </Li> <Li> 4.2 Singles <Ul> <Li> 4.2. 1 International singles </Li> </Ul> </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 5 Television </Li> <Li> 6 Awards <Ul> <Li> 6.1 Juno </Li> <Li> 6.2 Gemini </Li> <Li> 6.3 ECMA </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 7 References </Li> <Li> 8 Further reading </Li> <Li> 9 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Personal life ( edit ) </H2> <H3> Early years ( edit ) </H3> <P> MacNeil was born in Big Pond to Catherine and Neil J. MacNeil . She was born with a cleft lip and palate . MacNeil was the fifth of eight siblings ; she had three brothers and four sisters . Her father owned a local store and was a carpenter , and her mother worked in the family store . </P> <P> As a young girl , MacNeil was molested by her great - uncle who lived down the road from the family home . For many years she kept this to herself , only revealing it for the first time in her autobiography , recalling years of sexual abuse and noting that he had done everything short of raping her . She noted that the sexual abuse eventually ended , unsure whether it was because someone had found out about it or that her family moved away from Big Pond . She called it a point in her life that profoundly affected her because it was a traumatic passage out of innocence . </P> <H3> 1950s ( edit ) </H3> <P> In the mid-1950s MacNeil 's parents sold their store and began a big move that would take them to Sydney , then to Toronto . MacNeil 's father worked as a carpenter , her mother worked at Eaton 's , and her sister Mary worked at a local grocery store . Alcoholism , already a large part of her parents ' life , became worse in Toronto , especially with her mother 's desire to move back to Cape Breton . After a terrible night of drinking and fighting , MacNeil 's older brother Malcolm ( ' Malkie ' ) arrived in Toronto , and he and Mary convinced their parents that it was time to move back to Cape Breton , which they soon did . </P> <H3> 1960s ( edit ) </H3> <P> By the summer of 1960 MacNeil was itching to get away to the city to start making a name for herself . She had just finished Grade 11 when she took a summer job in Toronto , along with her friend Carolyn Tobin , working for CNR . Upon returning to Sydney in the fall , MacNeil knew she wanted nothing more than to begin her singing career , and with her parents ' support she moved right back to Toronto to get started . </P> <P> Like her mother , MacNeil worked for Eaton 's , in the Customer Account Services Department By 1964 she had begun taking voice lessons . She had also met a man she described as Sicilian , with jet black hair , brown eyes and very white teeth . She began dating this man although he had told her his parents wanted him to marry a Sicilian woman . She became pregnant in 1965 ; frightened and unsure of the future , she returned to her parents , who cared for and supported her . </P> <P> On April 15 , 1966 , MacNeil gave birth to her daughter Laura . She also started struggling with her weight , which fluctuated from 119 to 183 pounds . That summer MacNeil decided to continue wo\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Rita MacNeil" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2099, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\n § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2011 -- 2014 ) Memphis Grizzlies ( 2014 -- 2017 ) Sacramento Kings ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,106 </Td> <Td> 5,650 </Td> <Td> . 373 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Kidd , Jason Jason Kidd * </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Dallas Mavericks ( 1994 -- 1996 , 2008 -- 2012 ) Phoenix Suns ( 1996 -- 2001 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2001 -- 2008 ) New York Knicks ( 2012 -- 2013 ) </Td> <Td> 1,988 </Td> <Td> 5,701 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Johnson , Joe Joe Johnson ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 2001 -- 2002 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2002 -- 2005 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2005 -- 2012 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2012 -- 2016 ) Miami Heat ( 2016 ) Utah Jazz ( 2016 -- 2018 ) Houston Rockets ( 2018 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,978 </Td> <Td> 5,331 </Td> <Td> . 371 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Nowitzki , Dirk Dirk Nowitzki ^ </Td> <Td> PF </Td> <Td> Dallas Mavericks ( 1999 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,918 </Td> <Td> 5,005 </Td> <Td> . 383 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Smith , J.R. J.R. Smith ^ </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> New Orleans ( / Oklahoma City ) Hornets ( 2004 -- 2006 ) Denver Nuggets ( 2006 -- 2011 ) New York Knicks ( 2011 -- 2015 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2015 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2099, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n\nDocument:\n § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2011 -- 2014 ) Memphis Grizzlies ( 2014 -- 2017 ) Sacramento Kings ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,106 </Td> <Td> 5,650 </Td> <Td> . 373 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 9 </Td> <Td> Kidd , Jason Jason Kidd * </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Dallas Mavericks ( 1994 -- 1996 , 2008 -- 2012 ) Phoenix Suns ( 1996 -- 2001 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2001 -- 2008 ) New York Knicks ( 2012 -- 2013 ) </Td> <Td> 1,988 </Td> <Td> 5,701 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 10 </Td> <Td> Johnson , Joe Joe Johnson ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 2001 -- 2002 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2002 -- 2005 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2005 -- 2012 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2012 -- 2016 ) Miami Heat ( 2016 ) Utah Jazz ( 2016 -- 2018 ) Houston Rockets ( 2018 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,978 </Td> <Td> 5,331 </Td> <Td> . 371 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 11 </Td> <Td> Nowitzki , Dirk Dirk Nowitzki ^ </Td> <Td> PF </Td> <Td> Dallas Mavericks ( 1999 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,918 </Td> <Td> 5,005 </Td> <Td> . 383 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 12 </Td> <Td> Smith , J.R. J.R. Smith ^ </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> New Orleans ( / Oklahoma City ) Hornets ( 2004 -- 2006 ) Denver Nuggets ( 2006 -- 2011 ) New York Knicks ( 2011 -- 2015 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2015 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 1,917 </Td\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1786, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nList of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders </H1> <P> This article provides two lists : </P> <Dl> <Dd> A list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular season three - point field goals made . </Dd> <Dd> A progressive list of three - point leaders showing how the record has increased through the years . </Dd> </Dl> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Three - point field goals made leaders </Li> <Li> 2 Progressive list of 3 - point scoring leaders </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Three - point field goals made leaders ( edit ) </H2> <P> This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular - season three - point field goals made . </P> <Dl> <Dd> Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2017 -- 18 NBA season on April 11 , 2018 . </Dd> </Dl> <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Active NBA player </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> * </Td> <Td> Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> † </Td> <Td> Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Maverick\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1786, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n\nDocument:\nList of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders </H1> <P> This article provides two lists : </P> <Dl> <Dd> A list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular season three - point field goals made . </Dd> <Dd> A progressive list of three - point leaders showing how the record has increased through the years . </Dd> </Dl> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Three - point field goals made leaders </Li> <Li> 2 Progressive list of 3 - point scoring leaders </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Three - point field goals made leaders ( edit ) </H2> <P> This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular - season three - point field goals made . </P> <Dl> <Dd> Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2017 -- 18 NBA season on April 11 , 2018 . </Dd> </Dl> <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Active NBA player </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> * </Td> <Td> Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> † </Td> <Td> Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Maverick\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1786, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nList of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders </H1> <P> This article provides two lists : </P> <Dl> <Dd> A list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular season three - point field goals made . </Dd> <Dd> A progressive list of three - point leaders showing how the record has increased through the years . </Dd> </Dl> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Three - point field goals made leaders </Li> <Li> 2 Progressive list of 3 - point scoring leaders </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Three - point field goals made leaders ( edit ) </H2> <P> This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular - season three - point field goals made . </P> <Dl> <Dd> Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2017 -- 18 NBA season on April 11 , 2018 . </Dd> </Dl> <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Active NBA player </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> * </Td> <Td> Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> † </Td> <Td> Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Maverick\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1786, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho has the most 3 point shots in nba history\n\nDocument:\nList of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders - wikipedia <H1> List of National Basketball Association career 3 - point scoring leaders </H1> <P> This article provides two lists : </P> <Dl> <Dd> A list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular season three - point field goals made . </Dd> <Dd> A progressive list of three - point leaders showing how the record has increased through the years . </Dd> </Dl> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Three - point field goals made leaders </Li> <Li> 2 Progressive list of 3 - point scoring leaders </Li> <Li> 3 Notes </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Three - point field goals made leaders ( edit ) </H2> <P> This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular - season three - point field goals made . </P> <Dl> <Dd> Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2017 -- 18 NBA season on April 11 , 2018 . </Dd> </Dl> <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Active NBA player </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> * </Td> <Td> Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> † </Td> <Td> Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> § </Td> <Td> 1st time nominee for Hall of Fame in 2018 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Rank </Th> <Th> Name </Th> <Th> Position ( s ) </Th> <Th> Team ( s ) played for ( years ) </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals made </Th> <Th> Total 3 - point field goals attempted </Th> <Th> 3 - point field goal percentage </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Allen , Ray Ray Allen * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Milwaukee Bucks ( 1996 -- 2003 ) Seattle SuperSonics ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Boston Celtics ( 2007 -- 2012 ) Miami Heat ( 2012 -- 2014 ) </Td> <Td> 2,973 </Td> <Td> 7,429 </Td> <Td> . 400 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Miller , Reggie Reggie Miller * </Td> <Td> SG </Td> <Td> Indiana Pacers ( 1987 -- 2005 ) </Td> <Td> 2,560 </Td> <Td> 6,486 </Td> <Td> . 395 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Terry , Jason Jason Terry ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Atlanta Hawks ( 1999 -- 2004 ) Dallas Mavericks ( 2004 -- 2012 ) Boston Celtics ( 2012 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Houston Rockets ( 2014 -- 2016 ) Milwaukee Bucks ( 2016 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,282 </Td> <Td> 6,010 </Td> <Td> . 380 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Korver , Kyle Kyle Korver ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Philadelphia 76ers ( 2003 -- 2007 ) Utah Jazz ( 2007 -- 2010 ) Chicago Bulls ( 2010 -- 2012 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Cleveland Cavaliers ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,213 </Td> <Td> 5,130 </Td> <Td> . 431 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> Crawford , Jamal Jamal Crawford ^ </Td> <Td> SG / PG </Td> <Td> Chicago Bulls ( 2000 -- 2004 ) New York Knicks ( 2004 -- 2008 ) Golden State Warriors ( 2008 -- 2009 ) Atlanta Hawks ( 2009 -- 2011 ) Portland Trail Blazers ( 2011 -- 2012 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2012 -- 2017 ) Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2017 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,153 </Td> <Td> 6,175 </Td> <Td> . 349 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 6 </Td> <Td> Pierce , Paul Paul Pierce </Td> <Td> SF </Td> <Td> Boston Celtics ( 1999 -- 2013 ) Brooklyn Nets ( 2013 -- 2014 ) Washington Wizards ( 2014 -- 2015 ) Los Angeles Clippers ( 2015 -- 2017 ) </Td> <Td> 2,143 </Td> <Td> 5,816 </Td> <Td> . 368 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 7 </Td> <Td> Curry , Stephen Stephen Curry ^ </Td> <Td> PG </Td> <Td> Golden State Warriors ( 2009 -- present ) </Td> <Td> 2,129 </Td> <Td> 4,880 </Td> <Td> . 436 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> 8 </Td> <Td> Carter , Vince Vince Carter ^ </Td> <Td> SG / SF </Td> <Td> Toronto Raptors ( 1999 -- 2004 ) New Jersey Nets ( 2004 -- 2009 ) Orlando Magic ( 2009 -- 2010 ) Phoenix Suns ( 2010 -- 2011 ) Dallas Maverick\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Ray Allen" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2808, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\n> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4.00 % </Td> <Td> 130,000 </Td> <Td> 7,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Cameroon </Td> <Td> 3.80 % </Td> <Td> 560,000 </Td> <Td> 29,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Gabon </Td> <Td> 3.60 % </Td> <Td> 48,000 </Td> <Td> 1,500 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Bahamas , The </Td> <Td> 3.30 % </Td> <Td> 8,200 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Rwanda </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Congo , Republic of the </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 91,000 </Td> <Td> 3,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guinea - Bissau </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Nigeria </Td> <Td> 2.90 % </Td> <Td> 3,200,000 </Td> <Td> 160,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Cote d'Ivoire </Td> <Td> 2.70 % </Td> <Td> 460,000 </Td> <Td> 25,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Sudan </Td> <Td> 2.70 % </Td> <Td> 200,000 </Td> <Td> 13,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Haiti </Td> <Td> 2.10 % </Td> <Td> 150,000 </Td> <Td> 4,600 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Togo </Td> <Td> 2.10 % </Td> <Td> 100,000 </Td> <Td> 5,100 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Angola </Td> <Td> 1.90 % </Td> <Td> 280,000 </Td> <Td> 11,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Belize </Td> <Td> 1.80 % </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sierra Leone </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 67,000 </Td> <Td> 2,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Gambia , The </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 20,000 </Td> <Td> 1,100 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jamaica </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 1,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Liberia </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 43,000 </Td> <Td> 2,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guyana </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 8,500 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ghana </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 290,000 </Td> <Td> 15,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guinea </Td> <Td> 1.50 % </Td> <Td> 120,000 </Td> <Td> 5,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Suriname </Td> <Td> 1.40 % </Td> <Td> 4,900 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Barbados </Td> <Td> 1.30 % </Td> <Td> 2,600 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Djibouti </Td> <Td> 1.30 % </Td> <Td> \n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2808, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n\nDocument:\n> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4.00 % </Td> <Td> 130,000 </Td> <Td> 7,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Cameroon </Td> <Td> 3.80 % </Td> <Td> 560,000 </Td> <Td> 29,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Gabon </Td> <Td> 3.60 % </Td> <Td> 48,000 </Td> <Td> 1,500 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Bahamas , The </Td> <Td> 3.30 % </Td> <Td> 8,200 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Rwanda </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Congo , Republic of the </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 91,000 </Td> <Td> 3,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guinea - Bissau </Td> <Td> 3.10 % </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Nigeria </Td> <Td> 2.90 % </Td> <Td> 3,200,000 </Td> <Td> 160,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Cote d'Ivoire </Td> <Td> 2.70 % </Td> <Td> 460,000 </Td> <Td> 25,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Sudan </Td> <Td> 2.70 % </Td> <Td> 200,000 </Td> <Td> 13,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Haiti </Td> <Td> 2.10 % </Td> <Td> 150,000 </Td> <Td> 4,600 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Togo </Td> <Td> 2.10 % </Td> <Td> 100,000 </Td> <Td> 5,100 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Angola </Td> <Td> 1.90 % </Td> <Td> 280,000 </Td> <Td> 11,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Belize </Td> <Td> 1.80 % </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sierra Leone </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 67,000 </Td> <Td> 2,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Gambia , The </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 20,000 </Td> <Td> 1,100 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jamaica </Td> <Td> 1.70 % </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 1,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Liberia </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 43,000 </Td> <Td> 2,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guyana </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 8,500 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ghana </Td> <Td> 1.60 % </Td> <Td> 290,000 </Td> <Td> 15,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Guinea </Td> <Td> 1.50 % </Td> <Td> 120,000 </Td> <Td> 5,800 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Suriname </Td> <Td> 1.40 % </Td> <Td> 4,900 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Barbados </Td> <Td> 1.30 % </Td> <Td> 2,600 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Djibouti </Td> <Td> 1.30 % </Td> <Td> \n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1873, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nList of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate - Wikipedia <H1> List of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> This article needs to be updated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information . ( October 2017 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> AIDS and HIV prevalence 2009 No data < 0.1 % 0.1 -- 0.5 % 0.5 -- 1 % 1 -- 5 % 5 -- 15 % 15 -- 50 % <P> The human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ) , which causes AIDS , varies in prevalence from nation to nation . Listed here are the prevalence rates among adults in various countries , based on data from various sources , largely the CIA World Factbook . As of 2015 , it is estimated that there are 36.7 million people worldwide infected with HIV . </P> <P> The HIV pandemic is most severe in South Africa . Over 10 % of all people living with HIV / AIDS reside within the region . Adult HIV prevalence exceeds 20 % in Swaziland , Botswana , and Lesotho , while an additional six countries report adult HIV prevalence of at least 10 % . Outside Africa , the highest prevalence rate is found in the Bahamas ( 3.3 % ) . </P> <P> In absolute numbers , South Africa ( 7.1 million ) , followed by Nigeria ( 3.2 million ) , and India ( 2.1 million ) had the highest HIV / AIDS number of cases by the end of 2016 . While South Africa 's large population of HIV - positive people is attributable to its high disease prevalence ( 18.9 % , one of the highest in the world ) , Nigeria 's is lower at 2.9 % , and India 's prevalence at 0.3 % is comparable to Canada and the UK , and is lower than the United States . </P> <P> On the other end of the spectrum , Svalbard is reported as having no cases of HIV / AIDS , while Bhutan has a much larger population but still only an estimated 246 cases through 2011 . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 References </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table ( edit ) </H2> <P> This data was sourced from the CIA 's world factbook unless referenced otherwise . A horizontal dash - indicates the data was not published . Adult prevalence describes ages between 15 - 49 . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Country </Th> <Th> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4\n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1873, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n\nDocument:\nList of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate - Wikipedia <H1> List of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> This article needs to be updated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information . ( October 2017 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> AIDS and HIV prevalence 2009 No data < 0.1 % 0.1 -- 0.5 % 0.5 -- 1 % 1 -- 5 % 5 -- 15 % 15 -- 50 % <P> The human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ) , which causes AIDS , varies in prevalence from nation to nation . Listed here are the prevalence rates among adults in various countries , based on data from various sources , largely the CIA World Factbook . As of 2015 , it is estimated that there are 36.7 million people worldwide infected with HIV . </P> <P> The HIV pandemic is most severe in South Africa . Over 10 % of all people living with HIV / AIDS reside within the region . Adult HIV prevalence exceeds 20 % in Swaziland , Botswana , and Lesotho , while an additional six countries report adult HIV prevalence of at least 10 % . Outside Africa , the highest prevalence rate is found in the Bahamas ( 3.3 % ) . </P> <P> In absolute numbers , South Africa ( 7.1 million ) , followed by Nigeria ( 3.2 million ) , and India ( 2.1 million ) had the highest HIV / AIDS number of cases by the end of 2016 . While South Africa 's large population of HIV - positive people is attributable to its high disease prevalence ( 18.9 % , one of the highest in the world ) , Nigeria 's is lower at 2.9 % , and India 's prevalence at 0.3 % is comparable to Canada and the UK , and is lower than the United States . </P> <P> On the other end of the spectrum , Svalbard is reported as having no cases of HIV / AIDS , while Bhutan has a much larger population but still only an estimated 246 cases through 2011 . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 References </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table ( edit ) </H2> <P> This data was sourced from the CIA 's world factbook unless referenced otherwise . A horizontal dash - indicates the data was not published . Adult prevalence describes ages between 15 - 49 . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Country </Th> <Th> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1873, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nList of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate - Wikipedia <H1> List of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> This article needs to be updated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information . ( October 2017 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> AIDS and HIV prevalence 2009 No data < 0.1 % 0.1 -- 0.5 % 0.5 -- 1 % 1 -- 5 % 5 -- 15 % 15 -- 50 % <P> The human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ) , which causes AIDS , varies in prevalence from nation to nation . Listed here are the prevalence rates among adults in various countries , based on data from various sources , largely the CIA World Factbook . As of 2015 , it is estimated that there are 36.7 million people worldwide infected with HIV . </P> <P> The HIV pandemic is most severe in South Africa . Over 10 % of all people living with HIV / AIDS reside within the region . Adult HIV prevalence exceeds 20 % in Swaziland , Botswana , and Lesotho , while an additional six countries report adult HIV prevalence of at least 10 % . Outside Africa , the highest prevalence rate is found in the Bahamas ( 3.3 % ) . </P> <P> In absolute numbers , South Africa ( 7.1 million ) , followed by Nigeria ( 3.2 million ) , and India ( 2.1 million ) had the highest HIV / AIDS number of cases by the end of 2016 . While South Africa 's large population of HIV - positive people is attributable to its high disease prevalence ( 18.9 % , one of the highest in the world ) , Nigeria 's is lower at 2.9 % , and India 's prevalence at 0.3 % is comparable to Canada and the UK , and is lower than the United States . </P> <P> On the other end of the spectrum , Svalbard is reported as having no cases of HIV / AIDS , while Bhutan has a much larger population but still only an estimated 246 cases through 2011 . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 References </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table ( edit ) </H2> <P> This data was sourced from the CIA 's world factbook unless referenced otherwise . A horizontal dash - indicates the data was not published . Adult prevalence describes ages between 15 - 49 . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Country </Th> <Th> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4\n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1873, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\ncountry with highest rate of aids in africa\n\nDocument:\nList of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate - Wikipedia <H1> List of countries by HIV / AIDS adult prevalence rate </H1> Jump to : navigation , search <Table> <Tr> <Td> </Td> <Td> This article needs to be updated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information . ( October 2017 ) </Td> </Tr> </Table> AIDS and HIV prevalence 2009 No data < 0.1 % 0.1 -- 0.5 % 0.5 -- 1 % 1 -- 5 % 5 -- 15 % 15 -- 50 % <P> The human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ) , which causes AIDS , varies in prevalence from nation to nation . Listed here are the prevalence rates among adults in various countries , based on data from various sources , largely the CIA World Factbook . As of 2015 , it is estimated that there are 36.7 million people worldwide infected with HIV . </P> <P> The HIV pandemic is most severe in South Africa . Over 10 % of all people living with HIV / AIDS reside within the region . Adult HIV prevalence exceeds 20 % in Swaziland , Botswana , and Lesotho , while an additional six countries report adult HIV prevalence of at least 10 % . Outside Africa , the highest prevalence rate is found in the Bahamas ( 3.3 % ) . </P> <P> In absolute numbers , South Africa ( 7.1 million ) , followed by Nigeria ( 3.2 million ) , and India ( 2.1 million ) had the highest HIV / AIDS number of cases by the end of 2016 . While South Africa 's large population of HIV - positive people is attributable to its high disease prevalence ( 18.9 % , one of the highest in the world ) , Nigeria 's is lower at 2.9 % , and India 's prevalence at 0.3 % is comparable to Canada and the UK , and is lower than the United States . </P> <P> On the other end of the spectrum , Svalbard is reported as having no cases of HIV / AIDS , while Bhutan has a much larger population but still only an estimated 246 cases through 2011 . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table </Li> <Li> 2 See also </Li> <Li> 3 References </Li> <Li> 4 External links </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> HIV / AIDS prevalence estimates table ( edit ) </H2> <P> This data was sourced from the CIA 's world factbook unless referenced otherwise . A horizontal dash - indicates the data was not published . Adult prevalence describes ages between 15 - 49 . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Country </Th> <Th> Adult prevalence of HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Number of people with HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Annual deaths from HIV / AIDS </Th> <Th> Year of estimate </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Swaziland </Td> <Td> 27.20 % </Td> <Td> 220,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lesotho </Td> <Td> 25.00 % </Td> <Td> 330,000 </Td> <Td> 9,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Botswana </Td> <Td> 21.90 % </Td> <Td> 360,000 </Td> <Td> 3,900 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> South Africa </Td> <Td> 18.90 % </Td> <Td> 7,100,000 </Td> <Td> 110,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Namibia </Td> <Td> 13.80 % </Td> <Td> 230,000 </Td> <Td> 4,300 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zimbabwe </Td> <Td> 13.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,300,000 </Td> <Td> 30,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Zambia </Td> <Td> 12.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,200,000 </Td> <Td> 21,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Mozambique </Td> <Td> 12.30 % </Td> <Td> 1,800,000 </Td> <Td> 62,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Malawi </Td> <Td> 9.20 % </Td> <Td> 1,000,000 </Td> <Td> 24,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Uganda </Td> <Td> 6.50 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 28,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Equatorial Guinea </Td> <Td> 6.20 % </Td> <Td> 35,000 </Td> <Td> - </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Kenya </Td> <Td> 5.40 % </Td> <Td> 1,600,000 </Td> <Td> 36,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tanzania </Td> <Td> 4.70 % </Td> <Td> 1,400,000 </Td> <Td> 33,000 </Td> <Td> 2016 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Central African Republic </Td> <Td> 4\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Swaziland" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 2205, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\n) -- compiled Greek and Roman knowledge into the book Geographia . </Li> <Li> Al Idrisi ( Arabic : أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي ; Latin : Dreses ) ( 1100 -- 1165 / 66 ) -- author of Nuzhatul Mushtaq . </Li> <Li> Gerardus Mercator ( 1512 -- 1594 ) -- innovative cartographer produced the mercator projection </Li> <Li> Alexander von Humboldt ( 1769 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography , published the Kosmos and founder of the sub-field biogeography . </Li> <Li> Carl Ritter ( 1779 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography . Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry Guyot ( 1807 -- 1884 ) -- noted the structure of glaciers and advanced understanding in glacier motion , especially in fast ice flow . </Li> <Li> William Morris Davis ( 1850 -- 1934 ) -- father of American geography and developer of the cycle of erosion . </Li> <Li> Paul Vidal de la Blache ( 1845 -- 1918 ) -- founder of the French school of geopolitics and wrote the principles of human geography . </Li> <Li> Sir Halford John Mackinder ( 1861 -- 1947 ) -- Co-founder of the LSE , Geographical Association </Li> <Li> Ellen Churchill Semple ( 1863 -- 1932 ) -- She was America 's first influential female geographer . </Li> <Li> Carl O. Sauer ( 1889 -- 1975 ) -- Prominent cultural geographer </Li> <Li> Walter Christaller ( 1893 -- 1969 ) -- human geographer and inventor of Central place theory . </Li> <Li> Yi - Fu Tuan ( born 1930 ) -- Chinese - American scholar credited with starting Humanistic Geography as a discipline . </Li> <Li> Karl W. Butzer ( 1934 -- 2016 ) -- An influential German - American geographer , cultural ecologist and environmental archaeologist . </Li> <Li> David Harvey ( born 1935 ) -- Marxist geographer and author of theories on spatial and urban geography , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Edward Soja ( 1941 -- 2015 ) -- Noted for his work on regional development , planning and governance along with coining the terms Synekism and Postmetropolis , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Michael Frank Goodchild ( born 1944 ) -- prominent GIS scholar and winner of the RGS founder 's medal in 2003 . </Li> <Li> Doreen Massey ( 1944 -- 2016 ) -- Key scholar in the space and places of globalization and its pluralities , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Nigel Thrift ( born 1949 ) -- originator of non-representational theory . </Li> </Ul> <H2> Institutions and societies </H2> <Ul> <Li> American Geographical Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Anton Melik Geographical Institute ( Slovenia ) </Li> <Li> American Association of Geographers ( AAG ) </Li> <Li> National Geographic Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Royal Canadian Geographical Society ( Canada ) </Li> <Li> Royal Geographical Society ( UK ) </Li> <Li> Russian Geographical Society ( Russia ) </Li> <Li> Royal Danish Geographical Society ( Denmark ) </Li> </Ul> <H2> Publications </H2> <Ul> <Li> African Geographical Review </Li> <Li> Geographical Review </Li> </Ul> <H2> Notes and references </H2> <Ol> <Li> Jump up ^ Harper , Douglas . `` Online Etymology Dictionary '' . Etymonline.com . Online Etymology Dictionary . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` Geography '' . The American Heritage Dictionary / of the English Language , Fourth Edition . Houghton Mifflin Company . Retrieved 9 October 2006 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Eratosthenes ( 24 January 2010 ) . Eratosthenes ' Geography . Translated by Roller , Duane W. Princeton University Press . ISBN 9780691142678 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Pidwirny , Dr. Michael ; Jones , Scott . `` CHAPTER 1 : Introduction to Physical Geography '' . Physicalgeography.net . University of British Columbia Okanagan . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Bonnett , Alastair ( 16 January 2008 ) . What is Geography ? . SAGE Publications . ISBN 9781849206495 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Johnston , Ron ( 2000 ) . `` Human Geography '' . In Johnston , Ron ; Gregory , Derek ; Pratt , Geraldine ; et al . The Dictionary of Human Geography . Oxford : Blackwell . pp. 353 -- 60 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Pattison , William D. ( Summer 1990 ) . `` The Four Traditions of Geography '' ( PDF ) . Journal of Geography . National Council for Geographic Education ( published 1964 ) . September / October 1990 : 202 -- 206 . doi : 10.1080 / 00221349008979196 . ISSN 0022 - 1341 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> ^ Jump up to : Hayes - Bohanan , James ( 29 September 2009 ) . `` What is Environmental Geography , Anyway ? '' . webhost.bridgew.edu . Bridgewater State University . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Hornby , William F. ; Jones , Melvyn ( 29 June 1991 ) . An introduction to Settlement Geography . Cambridge University Press . ISBN 9780521282635 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Hughes , William . ( 1863 ) . The Study of Geography . Lecture delivered at King 's College , London by Sir Marc Alexander . Quoted in Baker , J.N.L ( 1963 ) . The History of Geography . Oxford : Basil Blackwell . p. 66 . ISBN 0 - 85328 - 022 - 3 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` Chapter 3 : Geography 's Perspectives '' . Rediscovering Geography : New Relevance for Science and Society . Washington DC : The National Academies Press . 1997 . p. 28 . Retrieved 2014 - 05 - 06 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` What is geography ? '' . AAG Career Guide : Jobs in Geography and related Geographical Sciences . American Association of Geographers . Archived from the original on October 6 , 2006 . Retrieved October 9 , 2006 . </Li> <Li> ^ Jump up to : Kurt A. Raaflaub & Richard J.A. Talbert ( 2009 ) . Geography and Ethnography : Perceptions of the World in Pre-Modern Societies . John Wiley & Sons . p. 147 . ISBN 1 - 4051 - 9146 - 5 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Siebold , Jim . `` Slide 103 '' . henry-davis.com . Henry Davis Consulting Inc . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Delano Smith , Catherine ( 1996 ) . `` Imago Mundi 's Logo the Babylonian Map of the World '' . Imago Mundi. 48 : 209 -- 211 . doi : 10.1080 / 03085699608592846 . JSTOR 1151277 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Finkel , Irving ( Winter 1995 ) . A join to the map of the world : A notable discovery . British Museum Magazine . pp. 26\n\nQuestion:\nwho is known as the founder of modern geography\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Carl Ritter" } ]
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Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry Guyot ( 1807 -- 1884 ) -- noted the structure of glaciers and advanced understanding in glacier motion , especially in fast ice flow . </Li> <Li> William Morris Davis ( 1850 -- 1934 ) -- father of American geography and developer of the cycle of erosion . </Li> <Li> Paul Vidal de la Blache ( 1845 -- 1918 ) -- founder of the French school of geopolitics and wrote the principles of human geography . </Li> <Li> Sir Halford John Mackinder ( 1861 -- 1947 ) -- Co-founder of the LSE , Geographical Association </Li> <Li> Ellen Churchill Semple ( 1863 -- 1932 ) -- She was America 's first influential female geographer . </Li> <Li> Carl O. Sauer ( 1889 -- 1975 ) -- Prominent cultural geographer </Li> <Li> Walter Christaller ( 1893 -- 1969 ) -- human geographer and inventor of Central place theory . </Li> <Li> Yi - Fu Tuan ( born 1930 ) -- Chinese - American scholar credited with starting Humanistic Geography as a discipline . </Li> <Li> Karl W. Butzer ( 1934 -- 2016 ) -- An influential German - American geographer , cultural ecologist and environmental archaeologist . </Li> <Li> David Harvey ( born 1935 ) -- Marxist geographer and author of theories on spatial and urban geography , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Edward Soja ( 1941 -- 2015 ) -- Noted for his work on regional development , planning and governance along with coining the terms Synekism and Postmetropolis , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Michael Frank Goodchild ( born 1944 ) -- prominent GIS scholar and winner of the RGS founder 's medal in 2003 . </Li> <Li> Doreen Massey ( 1944 -- 2016 ) -- Key scholar in the space and places of globalization and its pluralities , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Nigel Thrift ( born 1949 ) -- originator of non-representational theory . </Li> </Ul> <H2> Institutions and societies </H2> <Ul> <Li> American Geographical Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Anton Melik Geographical Institute ( Slovenia ) </Li> <Li> American Association of Geographers ( AAG ) </Li> <Li> National Geographic Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Royal Canadian Geographical Society ( Canada ) </Li> <Li> Royal Geographical Society ( UK ) </Li> <Li> Russian Geographical Society ( Russia ) </Li> <Li> Royal Danish Geographical Society ( Denmark ) </Li> </Ul> <H2> Publications </H2> <Ul> <Li> African Geographical Review </Li> <Li> Geographical Review </Li> </Ul> <H2> Notes and references </H2> <Ol> <Li> Jump up ^ Harper , Douglas . `` Online Etymology Dictionary '' . Etymonline.com . Online Etymology Dictionary . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` Geography '' . The American Heritage Dictionary / of the English Language , Fourth Edition . Houghton Mifflin Company . Retrieved 9 October 2006 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Eratosthenes ( 24 January 2010 ) . Eratosthenes ' Geography . Translated by Roller , Duane W. Princeton University Press . ISBN 9780691142678 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Pidwirny , Dr. Michael ; Jones , Scott . `` CHAPTER 1 : Introduction to Physical Geography '' . Physicalgeography.net . University of British Columbia Okanagan . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Bonnett , Alastair ( 16 January 2008 ) . What is Geography ? . SAGE Publications . ISBN 9781849206495 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Johnston , Ron ( 2000 ) . `` Human Geography '' . In Johnston , Ron ; Gregory , Derek ; Pratt , Geraldine ; et al . The Dictionary of Human Geography . Oxford : Blackwell . pp. 353 -- 60 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Pattison , William D. ( Summer 1990 ) . `` The Four Traditions of Geography '' ( PDF ) . Journal of Geography . National Council for Geographic Education ( published 1964 ) . September / October 1990 : 202 -- 206 . doi : 10.1080 / 00221349008979196 . ISSN 0022 - 1341 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> ^ Jump up to : Hayes - Bohanan , James ( 29 September 2009 ) . `` What is Environmental Geography , Anyway ? '' . webhost.bridgew.edu . Bridgewater State University . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Hornby , William F. ; Jones , Melvyn ( 29 June 1991 ) . An introduction to Settlement Geography . Cambridge University Press . ISBN 9780521282635 . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Hughes , William . ( 1863 ) . The Study of Geography . Lecture delivered at King 's College , London by Sir Marc Alexander . Quoted in Baker , J.N.L ( 1963 ) . The History of Geography . Oxford : Basil Blackwell . p. 66 . ISBN 0 - 85328 - 022 - 3 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` Chapter 3 : Geography 's Perspectives '' . Rediscovering Geography : New Relevance for Science and Society . Washington DC : The National Academies Press . 1997 . p. 28 . Retrieved 2014 - 05 - 06 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ `` What is geography ? '' . AAG Career Guide : Jobs in Geography and related Geographical Sciences . American Association of Geographers . Archived from the original on October 6 , 2006 . Retrieved October 9 , 2006 . </Li> <Li> ^ Jump up to : Kurt A. Raaflaub & Richard J.A. Talbert ( 2009 ) . Geography and Ethnography : Perceptions of the World in Pre-Modern Societies . John Wiley & Sons . p. 147 . ISBN 1 - 4051 - 9146 - 5 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Siebold , Jim . `` Slide 103 '' . henry-davis.com . Henry Davis Consulting Inc . Retrieved 10 November 2016 . </Li> <Li> Jump up ^ Delano Smith , Catherine ( 1996 ) . `` Imago Mundi 's Logo the Babylonian Map of the World '' . 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In contrast to his predecessors , who measured the Earth 's circumference by sighting the Sun simultaneously from two different locations , al - Biruni developed a new method of using trigonometric calculations , based on the angle between a plain and mountain top , which yielded more accurate measurements of the Earth 's circumference , and made it possible for it to be measured by a single person from a single location . </P> Self portrait of Alexander von Humboldt , one of the early pioneers of geography as an academic subject in modern sense <P> The European Age of Discovery during the 16th and the 17th centuries , where many new lands were discovered and accounts by European explorers such as Christopher Columbus , Marco Polo , and James Cook revived a desire for both accurate geographic detail , and more solid theoretical foundations in Europe . The problem facing both explorers and geographers was finding the latitude and longitude of a geographic location . The problem of latitude was solved long ago but that of longitude remained ; agreeing on what zero meridian should be was only part of the problem . It was left to John Harrison to solve it by inventing the chronometer H - 4 in 1760 , and later in 1884 for the International Meridian Conference to adopt by convention the Greenwich meridian as zero meridian . </P> <P> The 18th and the 19th centuries were the times when geography became recognized as a discrete academic discipline , and became part of a typical university curriculum in Europe ( especially Paris and Berlin ) . The development of many geographic societies also occurred during the 19th century , with the foundations of the Société de Géographie in 1821 , the Royal Geographical Society in 1830 , Russian Geographical Society in 1845 , American Geographical Society in 1851 , and the National Geographic Society in 1888 . The influence of Immanuel Kant , Alexander von Humboldt , Carl Ritter , and Paul Vidal de la Blache can be seen as a major turning point in geography from a philosophy to an academic subject . </P> <P> Over the past two centuries , the advancements in technology with computers have led to the development of geomatics and new practices such as participant observation and geostatistics being incorporated into geography 's portfolio of tools . In the West during the 20th century , the discipline of geography went through four major phases : environmental determinism , regional geography , the quantitative revolution , and critical geography . The strong interdisciplinary links between geography and the sciences of geology and botany , as well as economics , sociology and demographics have also grown greatly , especially as a result of earth system science that seeks to understand the world in a holistic view . </P> <H2> Notable geographers </H2> Main articles : List of geographers and List of Graeco - Roman geographers Gerardus Mercator <Ul> <Li> Eratosthenes ( 276BC -- 194BC ) -- calculated the size of the Earth . </Li> <Li> Strabo ( 64 / 63 BC -- ca . AD 24 ) -- wrote Geographica , one of the first books outlining the study of geography . </Li> <Li> Ptolemy ( c. 90 -- c. 168 ) -- compiled Greek and Roman knowledge into the book Geographia . </Li> <Li> Al Idrisi ( Arabic : أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي ; Latin : Dreses ) ( 1100 -- 1165 / 66 ) -- author of Nuzhatul Mushtaq . </Li> <Li> Gerardus Mercator ( 1512 -- 1594 ) -- innovative cartographer produced the mercator projection </Li> <Li> Alexander von Humboldt ( 1769 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography , published the Kosmos and founder of the sub-field biogeography . </Li> <Li> Carl Ritter ( 1779 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography . Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry Guyot ( 1807 -- 1884 ) -- noted the structure of glaciers and advanced understanding in glacier motion , especially in fast ice flow . </Li> <Li> William Morris Davis ( 1850 -- 1934 ) -- father of American geography and developer of the cycle of erosion . </Li> <Li> Paul Vidal de la Blache ( 1845 -- 1918 ) -- founder of the French school of geopolitics and wrote the principles of human geography . </Li> <Li> Sir Halford John Mackinder ( 1861 -- 1947 ) -- Co-founder of the LSE , Geographical Association </Li> <Li> Ellen Churchill Semple ( 1863 -- 1932 ) -- She was America 's first influential female geographer . </Li> <Li> Carl O. Sauer ( 1889 -- 1975 ) -- Prominent cultural geographer </Li> <Li> Walter Christaller ( 1893 -- 1969 ) -- human geographer and inventor of Central place theory . </Li> <Li> Yi - Fu Tuan ( born 1930 ) -- Chinese - American scholar credited with starting Humanistic Geography as a discipline . </Li> <Li> Karl W. Butzer ( 1934 -- 2016 ) -- An influential German - American geographer , cultural ecologist and environmental archaeologist . </Li> <Li> David Harvey ( born 1935 ) -- Marxist geographer and author of theories on spatial and urban geography , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Edward Soja ( 1941 -- 2015 ) -- Noted for his work on regional development , planning and governance along with coining the terms Synekism and Postmetropolis , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Michael Frank Goodchild ( born 1944 ) -- prominent GIS scholar and winner of the RGS founder 's medal in 2003 . </Li> <Li> Doreen Massey ( 1944 -- 2016 ) -- Key scholar in the space and places of globalization and its pluralities , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Nigel Thrift ( born 1949 ) -- originator of non-representational theory . </Li> </Ul> <H2> Institutions and societies </H2> <Ul> <Li> American Geographical Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Anton Melik Geographical Institute ( Slovenia ) </Li> <Li> American Association of Geographers ( AAG ) </Li> <Li> National Geographic Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Royal Canadian Geographical Society ( Canada ) </Li> <Li> Royal Geographical Society ( UK ) </Li> <Li> Russian Geographical Society ( Russia ) </Li> <Li> Royal Danish Geographical Society ( Denmark ) </Li> </Ul> <H2> Publications </H2> <Ul> <Li> African Geographical\n\nQuestion:\nwho is known as the founder of modern geography\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Carl Ritter" } ]
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In contrast to his predecessors , who measured the Earth 's circumference by sighting the Sun simultaneously from two different locations , al - Biruni developed a new method of using trigonometric calculations , based on the angle between a plain and mountain top , which yielded more accurate measurements of the Earth 's circumference , and made it possible for it to be measured by a single person from a single location . </P> Self portrait of Alexander von Humboldt , one of the early pioneers of geography as an academic subject in modern sense <P> The European Age of Discovery during the 16th and the 17th centuries , where many new lands were discovered and accounts by European explorers such as Christopher Columbus , Marco Polo , and James Cook revived a desire for both accurate geographic detail , and more solid theoretical foundations in Europe . The problem facing both explorers and geographers was finding the latitude and longitude of a geographic location . The problem of latitude was solved long ago but that of longitude remained ; agreeing on what zero meridian should be was only part of the problem . It was left to John Harrison to solve it by inventing the chronometer H - 4 in 1760 , and later in 1884 for the International Meridian Conference to adopt by convention the Greenwich meridian as zero meridian . </P> <P> The 18th and the 19th centuries were the times when geography became recognized as a discrete academic discipline , and became part of a typical university curriculum in Europe ( especially Paris and Berlin ) . The development of many geographic societies also occurred during the 19th century , with the foundations of the Société de Géographie in 1821 , the Royal Geographical Society in 1830 , Russian Geographical Society in 1845 , American Geographical Society in 1851 , and the National Geographic Society in 1888 . The influence of Immanuel Kant , Alexander von Humboldt , Carl Ritter , and Paul Vidal de la Blache can be seen as a major turning point in geography from a philosophy to an academic subject . </P> <P> Over the past two centuries , the advancements in technology with computers have led to the development of geomatics and new practices such as participant observation and geostatistics being incorporated into geography 's portfolio of tools . In the West during the 20th century , the discipline of geography went through four major phases : environmental determinism , regional geography , the quantitative revolution , and critical geography . The strong interdisciplinary links between geography and the sciences of geology and botany , as well as economics , sociology and demographics have also grown greatly , especially as a result of earth system science that seeks to understand the world in a holistic view . </P> <H2> Notable geographers </H2> Main articles : List of geographers and List of Graeco - Roman geographers Gerardus Mercator <Ul> <Li> Eratosthenes ( 276BC -- 194BC ) -- calculated the size of the Earth . </Li> <Li> Strabo ( 64 / 63 BC -- ca . AD 24 ) -- wrote Geographica , one of the first books outlining the study of geography . </Li> <Li> Ptolemy ( c. 90 -- c. 168 ) -- compiled Greek and Roman knowledge into the book Geographia . </Li> <Li> Al Idrisi ( Arabic : أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي ; Latin : Dreses ) ( 1100 -- 1165 / 66 ) -- author of Nuzhatul Mushtaq . </Li> <Li> Gerardus Mercator ( 1512 -- 1594 ) -- innovative cartographer produced the mercator projection </Li> <Li> Alexander von Humboldt ( 1769 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography , published the Kosmos and founder of the sub-field biogeography . </Li> <Li> Carl Ritter ( 1779 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography . Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry Guyot ( 1807 -- 1884 ) -- noted the structure of glaciers and advanced understanding in glacier motion , especially in fast ice flow . </Li> <Li> William Morris Davis ( 1850 -- 1934 ) -- father of American geography and developer of the cycle of erosion . </Li> <Li> Paul Vidal de la Blache ( 1845 -- 1918 ) -- founder of the French school of geopolitics and wrote the principles of human geography . </Li> <Li> Sir Halford John Mackinder ( 1861 -- 1947 ) -- Co-founder of the LSE , Geographical Association </Li> <Li> Ellen Churchill Semple ( 1863 -- 1932 ) -- She was America 's first influential female geographer . </Li> <Li> Carl O. Sauer ( 1889 -- 1975 ) -- Prominent cultural geographer </Li> <Li> Walter Christaller ( 1893 -- 1969 ) -- human geographer and inventor of Central place theory . </Li> <Li> Yi - Fu Tuan ( born 1930 ) -- Chinese - American scholar credited with starting Humanistic Geography as a discipline . </Li> <Li> Karl W. Butzer ( 1934 -- 2016 ) -- An influential German - American geographer , cultural ecologist and environmental archaeologist . </Li> <Li> David Harvey ( born 1935 ) -- Marxist geographer and author of theories on spatial and urban geography , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Edward Soja ( 1941 -- 2015 ) -- Noted for his work on regional development , planning and governance along with coining the terms Synekism and Postmetropolis , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Michael Frank Goodchild ( born 1944 ) -- prominent GIS scholar and winner of the RGS founder 's medal in 2003 . </Li> <Li> Doreen Massey ( 1944 -- 2016 ) -- Key scholar in the space and places of globalization and its pluralities , winner of the Vautrin Lud Prize . </Li> <Li> Nigel Thrift ( born 1949 ) -- originator of non-representational theory . </Li> </Ul> <H2> Institutions and societies </H2> <Ul> <Li> American Geographical Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Anton Melik Geographical Institute ( Slovenia ) </Li> <Li> American Association of Geographers ( AAG ) </Li> <Li> National Geographic Society ( U.S. ) </Li> <Li> Royal Canadian Geographical Society ( Canada ) </Li> <Li> Royal Geographical Society ( UK ) </Li> <Li> Russian Geographical Society ( Russia ) </Li> <Li> Royal Danish Geographical Society ( Denmark ) </Li> </Ul> <H2> Publications </H2> <Ul> <Li> African Geographical\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Carl Ritter" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1665, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nse geographers such as Liu An , Pei Xiu , Jia Dan , Shen Kuo , Fan Chengda , Zhou Daguan , and Xu Xiake wrote important treatises , yet by the 17th century advanced ideas and methods of Western - style geography were adopted in China . </P> The Ptolemy world map , reconstituted from Ptolemy 's Geographia , written c. 150 <P> During the Middle Ages , the fall of the Roman empire led to a shift in the evolution of geography from Europe to the Islamic world . Muslim geographers such as Muhammad al - Idrisi produced detailed world maps ( such as Tabula Rogeriana ) , while other geographers such as Yaqut al - Hamawi , Abu Rayhan Biruni , Ibn Battuta , and Ibn Khaldun provided detailed accounts of their journeys and the geography of the regions they visited . Turkish geographer , Mahmud al - Kashgari drew a world map on a linguistic basis , and later so did Piri Reis ( Piri Reis map ) . Further , Islamic scholars translated and interpreted the earlier works of the Romans and the Greeks and established the House of Wisdom in Baghdad for this purpose . Abū Zayd al - Balkhī , originally from Balkh , founded the `` Balkhī school '' of terrestrial mapping in Baghdad . Suhrāb , a late tenth century Muslim geographer accompanied a book of geographical coordinates , with instructions for making a rectangular world map with equirectangular projection or cylindrical equidistant projection . </P> <P> Abu Rayhan Biruni ( 976 - 1048 ) first described a polar equi - azimuthal equidistant projection of the celestial sphere . He was regarded as the most skilled when it came to mapping cities and measuring the distances between them , which he did for many cities in the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent . He often combined astronomical readings and mathematical equations , in order to develop methods of pin - pointing locations by recording degrees of latitude and longitude . He also developed similar techniques when it came to measuring the heights of mountains , depths of the valleys , and expanse of the horizon . He also discussed human geography and the planetary habitability of the Earth . He also calculated the latitude of Kath , Khwarezm , using the maximum altitude of the Sun , and solved a complex geodesic equation in order to accurately compute the Earth 's circumference , which was close to modern values of the Earth 's circumference . His estimate of 6,339.9 km for the Earth radius was only 16.8 km less than the modern value of 6,356.7 km . In contrast to his predecessors , who measured the Earth 's circumference by sighting the Sun simultaneously from two different locations , al - Biruni developed a new method of using trigonometric calculations , based on the angle between a plain and mountain top , which yielded more accurate measurements of the Earth 's circumference , and made it possible for it to be measured by a single person from a single location . </P> Self portrait of Alexander von Humboldt , one of the early pioneers of geography as an academic subject in modern sense <P> The European Age of Discovery during the 16th and the 17th centuries , where many new lands were discovered and accounts by European explorers such as Christopher Columbus , Marco Polo , and James Cook revived a desire for both accurate geographic detail , and more solid theoretical foundations in Europe . The problem facing both explorers and geographers was finding the latitude and longitude of a geographic location . The problem of latitude was solved long ago but that of longitude remained ; agreeing on what zero meridian should be was only part of the problem . It was left to John Harrison to solve it by inventing the chronometer H - 4 in 1760 , and later in 1884 for the International Meridian Conference to adopt by convention the Greenwich meridian as zero meridian . </P> <P> The 18th and the 19th centuries were the times when geography became recognized as a discrete academic discipline , and became part of a typical university curriculum in Europe ( especially Paris and Berlin ) . The development of many geographic societies also occurred during the 19th century , with the foundations of the Société de Géographie in 1821 , the Royal Geographical Society in 1830 , Russian Geographical Society in 1845 , American Geographical Society in 1851 , and the National Geographic Society in 1888 . The influence of Immanuel Kant , Alexander von Humboldt , Carl Ritter , and Paul Vidal de la Blache can be seen as a major turning point in geography from a philosophy to an academic subject . </P> <P> Over the past two centuries , the advancements in technology with computers have led to the development of geomatics and new practices such as participant observation and geostatistics being incorporated into geography 's portfolio of tools . In the West during the 20th century , the discipline of geography went through four major phases : environmental determinism , regional geography , the quantitative revolution , and critical geography . The strong interdisciplinary links between geography and the sciences of geology and botany , as well as economics , sociology and demographics have also grown greatly , especially as a result of earth system science that seeks to understand the world in a holistic view . </P> <H2> Notable geographers </H2> Main articles : List of geographers and List of Graeco - Roman geographers Gerardus Mercator <Ul> <Li> Eratosthenes ( 276BC -- 194BC ) -- calculated the size of the Earth . </Li> <Li> Strabo ( 64 / 63 BC -- ca . AD 24 ) -- wrote Geographica , one of the first books outlining the study of geography . </Li> <Li> Ptolemy ( c. 90 -- c. 168 ) -- compiled Greek and Roman knowledge into the book Geographia . </Li> <Li> Al Idrisi ( Arabic : أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي ; Latin : Dreses ) ( 1100 -- 1165 / 66 ) -- author of Nuzhatul Mushtaq . </Li> <Li> Gerardus Mercator ( 1512 -- 1594 ) -- innovative cartographer produced the mercator projection </Li> <Li> Alexander von Humboldt ( 1769 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography , published the Kosmos and founder of the sub-field biogeography . </Li> <Li> Carl Ritter ( 1779 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography . Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry\n\nQuestion:\nwho is known as the founder of modern geography\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Carl Ritter" } ]
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Muslim geographers such as Muhammad al - Idrisi produced detailed world maps ( such as Tabula Rogeriana ) , while other geographers such as Yaqut al - Hamawi , Abu Rayhan Biruni , Ibn Battuta , and Ibn Khaldun provided detailed accounts of their journeys and the geography of the regions they visited . Turkish geographer , Mahmud al - Kashgari drew a world map on a linguistic basis , and later so did Piri Reis ( Piri Reis map ) . Further , Islamic scholars translated and interpreted the earlier works of the Romans and the Greeks and established the House of Wisdom in Baghdad for this purpose . Abū Zayd al - Balkhī , originally from Balkh , founded the `` Balkhī school '' of terrestrial mapping in Baghdad . Suhrāb , a late tenth century Muslim geographer accompanied a book of geographical coordinates , with instructions for making a rectangular world map with equirectangular projection or cylindrical equidistant projection . </P> <P> Abu Rayhan Biruni ( 976 - 1048 ) first described a polar equi - azimuthal equidistant projection of the celestial sphere . He was regarded as the most skilled when it came to mapping cities and measuring the distances between them , which he did for many cities in the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent . He often combined astronomical readings and mathematical equations , in order to develop methods of pin - pointing locations by recording degrees of latitude and longitude . He also developed similar techniques when it came to measuring the heights of mountains , depths of the valleys , and expanse of the horizon . He also discussed human geography and the planetary habitability of the Earth . He also calculated the latitude of Kath , Khwarezm , using the maximum altitude of the Sun , and solved a complex geodesic equation in order to accurately compute the Earth 's circumference , which was close to modern values of the Earth 's circumference . His estimate of 6,339.9 km for the Earth radius was only 16.8 km less than the modern value of 6,356.7 km . In contrast to his predecessors , who measured the Earth 's circumference by sighting the Sun simultaneously from two different locations , al - Biruni developed a new method of using trigonometric calculations , based on the angle between a plain and mountain top , which yielded more accurate measurements of the Earth 's circumference , and made it possible for it to be measured by a single person from a single location . </P> Self portrait of Alexander von Humboldt , one of the early pioneers of geography as an academic subject in modern sense <P> The European Age of Discovery during the 16th and the 17th centuries , where many new lands were discovered and accounts by European explorers such as Christopher Columbus , Marco Polo , and James Cook revived a desire for both accurate geographic detail , and more solid theoretical foundations in Europe . The problem facing both explorers and geographers was finding the latitude and longitude of a geographic location . The problem of latitude was solved long ago but that of longitude remained ; agreeing on what zero meridian should be was only part of the problem . It was left to John Harrison to solve it by inventing the chronometer H - 4 in 1760 , and later in 1884 for the International Meridian Conference to adopt by convention the Greenwich meridian as zero meridian . </P> <P> The 18th and the 19th centuries were the times when geography became recognized as a discrete academic discipline , and became part of a typical university curriculum in Europe ( especially Paris and Berlin ) . The development of many geographic societies also occurred during the 19th century , with the foundations of the Société de Géographie in 1821 , the Royal Geographical Society in 1830 , Russian Geographical Society in 1845 , American Geographical Society in 1851 , and the National Geographic Society in 1888 . The influence of Immanuel Kant , Alexander von Humboldt , Carl Ritter , and Paul Vidal de la Blache can be seen as a major turning point in geography from a philosophy to an academic subject . </P> <P> Over the past two centuries , the advancements in technology with computers have led to the development of geomatics and new practices such as participant observation and geostatistics being incorporated into geography 's portfolio of tools . In the West during the 20th century , the discipline of geography went through four major phases : environmental determinism , regional geography , the quantitative revolution , and critical geography . The strong interdisciplinary links between geography and the sciences of geology and botany , as well as economics , sociology and demographics have also grown greatly , especially as a result of earth system science that seeks to understand the world in a holistic view . </P> <H2> Notable geographers </H2> Main articles : List of geographers and List of Graeco - Roman geographers Gerardus Mercator <Ul> <Li> Eratosthenes ( 276BC -- 194BC ) -- calculated the size of the Earth . </Li> <Li> Strabo ( 64 / 63 BC -- ca . AD 24 ) -- wrote Geographica , one of the first books outlining the study of geography . </Li> <Li> Ptolemy ( c. 90 -- c. 168 ) -- compiled Greek and Roman knowledge into the book Geographia . </Li> <Li> Al Idrisi ( Arabic : أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي ; Latin : Dreses ) ( 1100 -- 1165 / 66 ) -- author of Nuzhatul Mushtaq . </Li> <Li> Gerardus Mercator ( 1512 -- 1594 ) -- innovative cartographer produced the mercator projection </Li> <Li> Alexander von Humboldt ( 1769 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography , published the Kosmos and founder of the sub-field biogeography . </Li> <Li> Carl Ritter ( 1779 -- 1859 ) -- Considered Father of modern geography . Occupied the first chair of geography at Berlin University . </Li> <Li> Arnold Henry\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Carl Ritter" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1783, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\nhe fifth season of the Kannada television series Bigg Boss Kannada , that premiered on 15 October 2017 . Sudeep reprised his role as the host of the show . The finale of the season took place 28 January 2018 , and rapper Chandan Shetty was declared the winner of the show and the prize money of ₹ 50 lakh . Sales representative Diwaker was voted the runner - up . </P> <P> Sudeep had signed a ₹ 20 crore ( US $3.1 million ) deal with the channel Colors Kannada to host the next five seasons starting from the previous season . During the grand finale of Bigg Boss Kannada 4 , it was announced that the next season will start with new contestants and a renovated Bigg Boss house built for the previous season in the Innovative Film City at Bidadi , Bangalore . This will be the first season to allow non-celebrities to the Bigg Boss house with online auditions taking place from July 2017 . </P> <P> The application process of the auditions for non-celebrities was exclusively carried by mobile app called Voot. . Nagendra Bhat was the reality writer for this season . </P> <P> The show was extended by one week ( 106 days ) instead of 98 days . Among the five finalists Niveditha and Divakar are auditioned contestants , where as Chandan , Karthik and Shruti are celebrities . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Housemates <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Wild - Card Entries </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Episodes </Li> <Li> 3 Voting History <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Notes </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Vote Count </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Housemates ( edit ) </H2> <P> Along with the usual celebrity contestants , the housemates of this season includes contestants selected through online audition process . The total of 17 housemates are contain 11 celebrities and 6 commoners . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemates </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Status </Th> <Th> Ref . </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Chandan Shetty </Td> <Td> Rapper </Td> <Td> Winner </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Divakar </Td> <Td> Sales representative </Td> <Td> Runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Karthik Jayaram </Td> <Td> Television and film actor </Td> <Td> Second runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Niveditha Gowda </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 4th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Shruti Prakash </Td> <Td> Singer and television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 5th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sameer Acharya </Td> <Td> Priest </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 99 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Anupama Gowda </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 98 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Riyaz Basha </Td> <Td> Radio jockey </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 91 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Krishi Thapanda </Td> <Td> Model and actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 35 , re-entered on day 42 , re-evicted on day 84 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jaya Sreenivasan </Td> <Td> Numerologist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 77 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jagannath Chandrashekhar </Td> <Td> Television actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 63 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ashitha Chandrappa </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 56 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sihi Kahi Chandru </Td> <Td> Actor and television presenter </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 49 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tejaswi Prakash </Td> <Td> Film and television actress </Td> <Td> Walked on day 25 , re-entered on day 26 ; evicted on day 28 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Dayal Padmanabhan </Td> <Td> Film director , producer and actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 21 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Megha </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 14 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Suma Rajkumar </Td> <Td> Homemaker and ventriloquist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 7 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <H3> Wild - card entries ( edit ) </H3> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemate </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Contestant type </Th> <Th> Status </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Vaishnavi </Td> <Td> Film actress </Td> <Td> Wild card Contestant </Td> <Td> Entered on day 50 ; walked on day 54 due to health problem </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Akul Balaji </Td> <Td> Television presenter and actor </Td> <Td> Long - term guest </Td> <Td> Entered on day 51 and exit on day 54 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lasya </Td> <Td> Actress </Td> <Td> Wild card contestant </Td> <Td> Entered on day 58 ; evicted on day 70 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Samyuktha Hegde </Td> <Td> Actress </Td> <Td> Long - term Guest </Td> <T\n\nQuestion:\nwho is bigg boss winner in season 5 in kannada\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Chandan Shetty" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1783, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nQuestion:\nwho is bigg boss winner in season 5 in kannada\n\nDocument:\nhe fifth season of the Kannada television series Bigg Boss Kannada , that premiered on 15 October 2017 . Sudeep reprised his role as the host of the show . The finale of the season took place 28 January 2018 , and rapper Chandan Shetty was declared the winner of the show and the prize money of ₹ 50 lakh . Sales representative Diwaker was voted the runner - up . </P> <P> Sudeep had signed a ₹ 20 crore ( US $3.1 million ) deal with the channel Colors Kannada to host the next five seasons starting from the previous season . During the grand finale of Bigg Boss Kannada 4 , it was announced that the next season will start with new contestants and a renovated Bigg Boss house built for the previous season in the Innovative Film City at Bidadi , Bangalore . This will be the first season to allow non-celebrities to the Bigg Boss house with online auditions taking place from July 2017 . </P> <P> The application process of the auditions for non-celebrities was exclusively carried by mobile app called Voot. . Nagendra Bhat was the reality writer for this season . </P> <P> The show was extended by one week ( 106 days ) instead of 98 days . Among the five finalists Niveditha and Divakar are auditioned contestants , where as Chandan , Karthik and Shruti are celebrities . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Housemates <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Wild - Card Entries </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Episodes </Li> <Li> 3 Voting History <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Notes </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Vote Count </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Housemates ( edit ) </H2> <P> Along with the usual celebrity contestants , the housemates of this season includes contestants selected through online audition process . The total of 17 housemates are contain 11 celebrities and 6 commoners . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemates </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Status </Th> <Th> Ref . </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Chandan Shetty </Td> <Td> Rapper </Td> <Td> Winner </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Divakar </Td> <Td> Sales representative </Td> <Td> Runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Karthik Jayaram </Td> <Td> Television and film actor </Td> <Td> Second runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Niveditha Gowda </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 4th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Shruti Prakash </Td> <Td> Singer and television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 5th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sameer Acharya </Td> <Td> Priest </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 99 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Anupama Gowda </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 98 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Riyaz Basha </Td> <Td> Radio jockey </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 91 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Krishi Thapanda </Td> <Td> Model and actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 35 , re-entered on day 42 , re-evicted on day 84 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jaya Sreenivasan </Td> <Td> Numerologist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 77 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jagannath Chandrashekhar </Td> <Td> Television actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 63 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ashitha Chandrappa </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 56 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sihi Kahi Chandru </Td> <Td> Actor and television presenter </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 49 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tejaswi Prakash </Td> <Td> Film and television actress </Td> <Td> Walked on day 25 , re-entered on day 26 ; evicted on day 28 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Dayal Padmanabhan </Td> <Td> Film director , producer and actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 21 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Megha </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 14 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Suma Rajkumar </Td> <Td> Homemaker and ventriloquist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 7 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <H3> Wild - card entries ( edit ) </H3> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemate </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Contestant type </Th> <Th> Status </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Vaishnavi </Td> <Td> Film actress </Td> <Td> Wild card Contestant </Td> <Td> Entered on day 50 ; walked on day 54 due to health problem </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Akul Balaji </Td> <Td> Television presenter and actor </Td> <Td> Long - term guest </Td> <Td> Entered on day 51 and exit on day 54 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Lasya </Td> <Td> Actress </Td> <Td> Wild card contestant </Td> <Td> Entered on day 58 ; evicted on day 70 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Samyuktha Hegde </Td> <Td> Actress </Td> <Td> Long - term Guest </Td> <T\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Chandan Shetty" } ]
[ { "from": "human", "tok_len": 1786, "value": "Answer the question based on the information provided in the document given below. The answer should be a single word or a number or a short phrase of few words\n\nDocument:\n\"> Winner </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"4\"> Runner </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"4\"> Evicted </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"4\"> Walked </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"4\"> Ejected </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td_colspan=\"4\"> Second Runner up </Td> </Tr> </Table> </Td> </Tr> </Table> <P> Bigg Boss Kannada 5 ( BBK5 ) was the fifth season of the Kannada television series Bigg Boss Kannada , that premiered on 15 October 2017 . Sudeep reprised his role as the host of the show . The finale of the season took place 28 January 2018 , and rapper Chandan Shetty was declared the winner of the show and the prize money of ₹ 50 lakh . Sales representative Diwaker was voted the runner - up . </P> <P> Sudeep had signed a ₹ 20 crore ( US $3.1 million ) deal with the channel Colors Kannada to host the next five seasons starting from the previous season . During the grand finale of Bigg Boss Kannada 4 , it was announced that the next season will start with new contestants and a renovated Bigg Boss house built for the previous season in the Innovative Film City at Bidadi , Bangalore . This will be the first season to allow non-celebrities to the Bigg Boss house with online auditions taking place from July 2017 . </P> <P> The application process of the auditions for non-celebrities was exclusively carried by mobile app called Voot. . Nagendra Bhat was the reality writer for this season . </P> <P> The show was extended by one week ( 106 days ) instead of 98 days . Among the five finalists Niveditha and Divakar are auditioned contestants , where as Chandan , Karthik and Shruti are celebrities . </P> <P> </P> <H2> Contents </H2> ( hide ) <Ul> <Li> 1 Housemates <Ul> <Li> 1.1 Wild - Card Entries </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 2 Episodes </Li> <Li> 3 Voting History <Ul> <Li> 3.1 Notes </Li> </Ul> </Li> <Li> 4 Vote Count </Li> <Li> 5 References </Li> </Ul> <P> </P> <H2> Housemates ( edit ) </H2> <P> Along with the usual celebrity contestants , the housemates of this season includes contestants selected through online audition process . The total of 17 housemates are contain 11 celebrities and 6 commoners . </P> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemates </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Status </Th> <Th> Ref . </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Chandan Shetty </Td> <Td> Rapper </Td> <Td> Winner </Td> <Td> </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Divakar </Td> <Td> Sales representative </Td> <Td> Runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Karthik Jayaram </Td> <Td> Television and film actor </Td> <Td> Second runner - up </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Niveditha Gowda </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 4th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Shruti Prakash </Td> <Td> Singer and television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 105 , 5th place </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sameer Acharya </Td> <Td> Priest </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 99 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Anupama Gowda </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 98 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Riyaz Basha </Td> <Td> Radio jockey </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 91 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Krishi Thapanda </Td> <Td> Model and actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 35 , re-entered on day 42 , re-evicted on day 84 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jaya Sreenivasan </Td> <Td> Numerologist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 77 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Jagannath Chandrashekhar </Td> <Td> Television actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 63 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Ashitha Chandrappa </Td> <Td> Television actress </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 56 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Sihi Kahi Chandru </Td> <Td> Actor and television presenter </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 49 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Tejaswi Prakash </Td> <Td> Film and television actress </Td> <Td> Walked on day 25 , re-entered on day 26 ; evicted on day 28 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Dayal Padmanabhan </Td> <Td> Film director , producer and actor </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 21 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Megha </Td> <Td> Student </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 14 </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Suma Rajkumar </Td> <Td> Homemaker and ventriloquist </Td> <Td> Evicted on day 7 </Td> </Tr> </Table> <H3> Wild - card entries ( edit ) </H3> <Table> <Tr> <Th> Housemate </Th> <Th> Occupation </Th> <Th> Contestant type </Th> <Th> Status </Th> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Vaishnavi </Td> <Td> Film actress </Td> <Td> Wild card Contestant </Td> <Td> Entered on day 50 ; walked on day 54 due to health problem </Td> </Tr> <Tr> <Td> Akul Balaji </Td> <Td> Television presenter an\n\nQuestion:\nwho is bigg boss winner in season 5 in kannada\n" }, { "from": "agent", "tok_len": null, "value": "Chandan Shetty" } ]

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Dataset Card for "WikiQA-Free_Form_QA"

The WikiQA task is the task of answering a question based on the information given in a Wikipedia document. We have built upon the short answer format data in Google Natural Questions to construct our QA task. It is formatted as a document and a question. We ensure the answer to the question is a short answer which is either a single word or a small sentence directly cut pasted from the document. Having the task structured as such, we can pinpoint exactly where the LLM was supposed to "look" for the answer in the context, and thus effectively evaluate every part of the expanded context length by carefully placing the answer in different locations.

We have selected large Wikipedia documents and have truncated them to get multiple versions of the same document with sizes varying between 2000 to 16000 tokens. For each size of the document, we also have multiple versions which place the question and the answer text at different locations i.e whether it occurs in the first 10%, the bulk or last 10% of the document. Having multiple version of the same document allows us to get a exhaustive and fair evaluation across model sizes, and within one model's context positions since we intrinsically are asking for the same information.

For further details see: https;//github.com/abacusai/Long-Context.

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