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HISTORY
2004-12-31
'For the last 8 years of his life, Galileo was under house arrest for espousing this man's theory'
200
Copernicus
Jeopardy!
4,680
ESPN's TOP 10 ALL-TIME ATHLETES
2004-12-31
'No. 2: 1912 Olympian; football star at Carlisle Indian School; 6 MLB seasons with the Reds, Giants & Braves'
200
Jim Thorpe
Jeopardy!
4,680
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT...
2004-12-31
'The city of Yuma in this state has a record average of 4,055 hours of sunshine each year'
200
Arizona
Jeopardy!
4,680
THE COMPANY LINE
2004-12-31
'In 1963, live on "The Art Linkletter Show", this company served its billionth burger'
200
McDonald\'s
Jeopardy!
4,680
EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES
2004-12-31
'Signer of the Dec. of Indep., framer of the Constitution of Mass., second President of the United States'
200
John Adams
Jeopardy!
4,680
3-LETTER WORDS
2004-12-31
'In the title of an Aesop fable, this insect shared billing with a grasshopper'
200
the ant
Jeopardy!
4,680
HISTORY
2004-12-31
'Built in 312 B.C. to link Rome & the South of Italy, it's still in use today'
400
the Appian Way
Jeopardy!
4,680
ESPN's TOP 10 ALL-TIME ATHLETES
2004-12-31
'No. 8: 30 steals for the Birmingham Barons; 2,306 steals for the Bulls'
400
Michael Jordan
Jeopardy!
4,680
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT...
2004-12-31
'In the winter of 1971-72, a record 1,122 inches of snow fell at Rainier Paradise Ranger Station in this state'
400
Washington
Jeopardy!
4,680
THE COMPANY LINE
2004-12-31
'This housewares store was named for the packaging its merchandise came in & was first displayed on'
400
Crate & Barrel
Jeopardy!
4,680
EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES
2004-12-31
'"And away we go"'
400
Jackie Gleason
Jeopardy!
4,680
3-LETTER WORDS
2004-12-31
'Cows regurgitate this from the first stomach to the mouth & chew it again'
400
the cud
Jeopardy!
4,680
HISTORY
2004-12-31
'In 1000 Rajaraja I of the Cholas battled to take this Indian Ocean island now known for its tea'
600
Ceylon (or Sri Lanka)
Jeopardy!
4,680
ESPN's TOP 10 ALL-TIME ATHLETES
2004-12-31
'No. 1: Lettered in hoops, football & lacrosse at Syracuse & if you think he couldn't act, ask his 11 "unclean" buddies'
600
Jim Brown
Jeopardy!
4,680
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT...
2004-12-31
'On June 28, 1994 the nat'l weather service began issuing this index that rates the intensity of the sun's radiation'
600
the UV index
Jeopardy!
4,680
THE COMPANY LINE
2004-12-31
'This company's Accutron watch, introduced in 1960, had a guarantee of accuracy to within one minute a month'
600
Bulova
Jeopardy!
4,680
EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES
2004-12-31
'Outlaw: "Murdered by a traitor and a coward whose name is not worthy to appear here"'
600
Jesse James
Jeopardy!
4,680
3-LETTER WORDS
2004-12-31
'A small demon, or a mischievous child (who might be a little demon!)'
600
imp
Jeopardy!
4,680
HISTORY
2004-12-31
'Karl led the first of these Marxist organizational efforts; the second one began in 1889'
800
the International
Jeopardy!
4,680
ESPN's TOP 10 ALL-TIME ATHLETES
2004-12-31
'No. 10: FB/LB for Columbia U. in the 1920s; MVP for the Yankees in '27 & '36; "Gibraltar in Cleats"'
800
(Lou) Gehrig
Jeopardy!
4,680
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT...
2004-12-31
'Africa's lowest temperature was 11 degrees below zero in 1935 at Ifrane, just south of Fez in this country'
800
Morocco
Jeopardy!
4,680
THE COMPANY LINE
2004-12-31
'Edward Teller & this man partnered in 1898 to sell high fashions to women'
800
(Paul) Bonwit
Jeopardy!
4,680
EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES
2004-12-31
'1939 Oscar winner: "...you are a credit to your craft, your race and to your family"'
2,000
Hattie McDaniel (for her role in Gone with the Wind)
Jeopardy!
4,680
3-LETTER WORDS
2004-12-31
'In geologic time one of these, shorter than an eon, is divided into periods & subdivided into epochs'
800
era
Jeopardy!
4,680
HISTORY
2004-12-31
'This Asian political party was founded in 1885 with "Indian National" as part of its name'
1,000
the Congress Party
Jeopardy!
4,680
ESPN's TOP 10 ALL-TIME ATHLETES
2004-12-31
'No. 5: Only center to lead the NBA in assists; track scholarship to Kansas U.; marathoner; volleyballer'
1,000
(Wilt) Chamberlain
Jeopardy!
4,680
THE COMPANY LINE
2004-12-31
'The Kirschner brothers, Don & Bill, named this ski company for themselves & the second-highest mountain'
1,000
K2
Jeopardy!
4,680
EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES
2004-12-31
'Revolutionary War hero: "His spirit is in Vermont now"'
1,000
Ethan Allen
Jeopardy!
4,680
3-LETTER WORDS
2004-12-31
'A single layer of paper, or to perform one's craft diligently'
1,000
ply
Jeopardy!
4,680
DR. SEUSS AT THE MULTIPLEX
2004-12-31
'<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-12-31_DJ_23.mp3">Beyond ovoid abandonment, beyond ovoid betrayal... you won't believe the ending when he "Hatches the Egg"</a>'
400
Horton
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
PRESIDENTIAL STATES OF BIRTH
2004-12-31
'California'
400
Nixon
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
AIRLINE TRAVEL
2004-12-31
'It can be a place to leave your puppy when you take a trip, or a carrier for him that fits under an airplane seat'
400
a kennel
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
2004-12-31
'He's considered the author of the Pentateuch, which is hard to believe, as Deuteronomy continues after his death'
400
Moses
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
MUSICAL TRAINS
2004-12-31
'Steven Tyler of this band lent his steamin' vocals to "Train Kept A-Rollin'", first popularized by the Yardbirds'
400
Aerosmith
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
"X"s & "O"s
2004-12-31
'Around 100 A.D. Tacitus wrote a book on how this art of persuasive speaking had declined since Cicero'
400
oratory
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
PRESIDENTIAL STATES OF BIRTH
2004-12-31
'1 of the 2 born in Vermont'
800
Coolidge (or Chester Arthur)
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
AIRLINE TRAVEL
2004-12-31
'When it began on Pan Am & Qantas in the late '70s, it was basically a roped-off part of the economy cabin with free drinks'
800
business class
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
2004-12-31
'Ali, who married this man's daughter Fatima, is considered by Shia Muslims to be his true successor'
800
Muhammed
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
MUSICAL TRAINS
2004-12-31
'During the 1954-1955 Sun sessions, Elvis climbed aboard this train "sixteen coaches long"'
800
the "Mystery Train"
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
"X"s & "O"s
2004-12-31
'The shorter glass seen <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-12-31_DJ_12.jpg" target="_blank">here</a>, or a quaint cocktail made with sugar & bitters'
800
an old-fashioned
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
DR. SEUSS AT THE MULTIPLEX
2004-12-31
'<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-12-31_DJ_26.mp3">Ripped from today's headlines, he was a turtle king gone mad; Mack was the one good turtle who'd bring him down</a>'
1,200
Yertle
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
AIRLINE TRAVEL
2004-12-31
'In 2003 this airline agreed to buy KLM, creating Europe's largest airline'
2,000
Air France
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
2004-12-31
'Philadelphia got its start as a colony for this religious group of which William Penn was a member'
1,200
the Quakers
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
MUSICAL TRAINS
2004-12-31
'This "Modern Girl" first hit the Billboard Top 10 with "Morning Train (Nine To Five)"'
1,200
(Sheena) Easton
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
"X"s & "O"s
2004-12-31
'This stiff silken fabric is favored for bridal gowns, like Christina Applegate's in 2001'
1,200
organza
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
DR. SEUSS AT THE MULTIPLEX
2004-12-31
'<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-12-31_DJ_25.mp3">Somewhere between truth & fiction lies Marco's reality... on Halloween, you won't believe you saw it on this St.</a>'
1,600
Mulberry Street
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
AIRLINE TRAVEL
2004-12-31
'In 2004 United launched this new service that features low fares & more seats per plane'
1,600
Ted
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
2004-12-31
'With Mary I's accession in 1553 he ran to Geneva; he returned in 1559 & reformed the Church of Scotland'
1,600
(John) Knox
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
MUSICAL TRAINS
2004-12-31
'This band's "Train In Vain" was a hidden track on its original 1979 "London Calling" album'
1,600
The Clash
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
"X"s & "O"s
2004-12-31
'Cross-country skiing is sometimes referred to by these 2 letters, the same ones used to denote 90 in Roman numerals'
1,600
XC
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
DR. SEUSS AT THE MULTIPLEX
2004-12-31
'<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-12-31_DJ_24.mp3">"500 Hats"... 500 ways to die. On July 4th, this young boy will defy a king... & become a legend</a>'
2,000
Bartholomew Cubbins
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
AIRLINE TRAVEL
2004-12-31
'In the seat pocket you'll find the catalog called "Sky" this, with must-haves like a solar-powered patio umbrella'
2,000
Mall
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
2004-12-31
'In 1534 he & his buddy Francis Xavier founded the Society of Jesus'
3,200
(St. Ignatius) Loyola
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
MUSICAL TRAINS
2004-12-31
'In 1961 James Brown announced "all aboard" for this train'
2,000
"Night Train"
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
"X"s & "O"s
2004-12-31
'This 1797 imbroglio began when 3 French agents demanded a huge bribe from U.S. diplomats'
2,000
the XYZ Affair
Double Jeopardy!
4,680
THE SOLAR SYSTEM
2004-12-31
'Objects that pass closer to the sun than Mercury have been named for this mythological figure'
-1
Icarus
Final Jeopardy!
4,680
GEOGRAPHY "E"
2010-07-06
'It's the largest kingdom in the United Kingdom'
200
England
Jeopardy!
5,957
RADIO DISNEY
2010-07-06
'"Party In The U.S.A." is by this singer who also plays a young lady named Hannah'
200
Miley Cyrus
Jeopardy!
5,957
PARTS OF PEACH
2010-07-06
'If this part of a peach is downy or fuzzy, the fruit's called a peach; if it's smooth, a nectarine'
200
the skin
Jeopardy!
5,957
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
2010-07-06
'4 x 12'
200
48
Jeopardy!
5,957
LET'S BOUNCE
2010-07-06
'This verb for bouncing a basketball sounds like you're slobbering'
200
dribbling
Jeopardy!
5,957
RHYMES WITH SMART
2010-07-06
'Blood pumper'
200
heart
Jeopardy!
5,957
GEOGRAPHY "E"
2010-07-06
'(<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2010-07-06_J_22.wmv">Tate: I'm Tate Shaffer aboard the <i>National Geographic Endeavour</i>. Alex: And...</a>) We're here in the Galapagos Islands at zero degrees latitude, which means we're right above this imaginary line that goes all the way around the Earth'
400
the equator
Jeopardy!
5,957
RADIO DISNEY
2010-07-06
'"Everybody Else" knows these huggable toys precede "On Fire" in the name of a Radio Disney top 30 band; do you?'
400
Care Bears
Jeopardy!
5,957
PARTS OF PEACH
2010-07-06
'Peaches are more than 80% this compound'
400
H2O
Jeopardy!
5,957
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
2010-07-06
'7 x 7 x 2'
400
98
Jeopardy!
5,957
LET'S BOUNCE
2010-07-06
'Sound navigation& ranging is the full name for this device that bounces radio waves underwater'
400
sonar
Jeopardy!
5,957
RHYMES WITH SMART
2010-07-06
'Small, slender missile thrown at a board in a game'
400
a dart
Jeopardy!
5,957
GEOGRAPHY "E"
2010-07-06
'This island in the South Pacific is named for the day of its discovery, a religious holiday'
600
Easter Island
Jeopardy!
5,957
RADIO DISNEY
2010-07-06
'"The songs on 'Under My Skin' are...deeper than those on 'Let Go'" said this Canadian on Radio Disney's website'
600
Avril Lavigne
Jeopardy!
5,957
PARTS OF PEACH
2010-07-06
'5-letter word for the hard interior of a peach'
600
the stone
Jeopardy!
5,957
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
2010-07-06
'3 x 4 x 5 x 6'
600
360
Jeopardy!
5,957
LET'S BOUNCE
2010-07-06
'In this kid's game, you bounce a small rubber ball while picking up 6-pronged metal objects'
600
jacks
Jeopardy!
5,957
RHYMES WITH SMART
2010-07-06
'It can be a separating line in your hair or a role in a play'
600
a part
Jeopardy!
5,957
GEOGRAPHY "E"
2010-07-06
'Parts of the Arabian and Libyan deserts are found in this African country'
800
Egypt
Jeopardy!
5,957
RADIO DISNEY
2010-07-06
'"I Never Told You" this alliteratively named singer hit Disney's Top 30 with "Fallin' For You"; wait, I just did'
800
Colbie Caillat
Jeopardy!
5,957
PARTS OF PEACH
2010-07-06
'These parts of a peach tree are glossy green, pointed & lance shaped'
800
leaves
Jeopardy!
5,957
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
2010-07-06
'5 x 10 x 15'
800
750
Jeopardy!
5,957
LET'S BOUNCE
2010-07-06
'It's a type of bounce house, or a dance made famous by Michael Jackson'
800
the moonwalk
Jeopardy!
5,957
RHYMES WITH SMART
2010-07-06
'A graphic representation of information'
800
a chart
Jeopardy!
5,957
GEOGRAPHY "E"
2010-07-06
'The family history you wrote for school might include entering the U.S. at this island in New York Bay'
2,000
Ellis Island
Jeopardy!
5,957
RADIO DISNEY
2010-07-06
'Lead singer Ryan Tedder of this band has "All The Right Moves"'
1,000
OneRepublic
Jeopardy!
5,957
PARTS OF PEACH
2010-07-06
'These parts of a peach tree grow at nodes along the shoots of the previous season's growth; they're usually pink'
1,000
blossoms
Jeopardy!
5,957
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
2010-07-06
'2 x 1,035'
1,000
2,070
Jeopardy!
5,957
LET'S BOUNCE
2010-07-06
'This device whose name is from the Italian for "springboard" was perfected in the 1930s'
1,000
a trampoline
Jeopardy!
5,957
RHYMES WITH SMART
2010-07-06
'Composer Wolfgang'
1,000
Mozart
Jeopardy!
5,957
SCIENCE CLASS
2010-07-06
'99.95% of the mass of an atom is in this part'
400
the nucleus
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
KIDS IN SPORTS
2010-07-06
'Park View of Chula Vista, California beat Taipei 6-3 to win this organization's 2009 World Series'
400
the Little League
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
JUST THE FACTS
2010-07-06
'This hero of several books is 11 when he discovers he's a wizard'
400
Harry Potter
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
SEE & SAY
2010-07-06
'Say the name of <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2010-07-06_DJ_26.jpg" target="_blank">this</a> type of mollusk you see'
400
an octopus
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
NEWS TO ME
2010-07-06
'A 7.0 magnitude earthquake in this Caribbean country Jan. 12, 2010 brought a world outpouring of aid'
400
Haiti
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
IN THE DICTIONARY
2010-07-06
'It's the 4-letter name of the pleated skirt worn by men in Scotland'
400
a kilt
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
SCIENCE CLASS
2010-07-06
'During this plant process, carbon dioxide & water combine with light energy to create oxygen & glucose'
800
photosynthesis
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
KIDS IN SPORTS
2010-07-06
'The perfect waves of New Zealand's Piha Beach were the site for the 2010 World Junior Championships of this'
800
surfing
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
JUST THE FACTS
2010-07-06
'This city, the seat of Clark County, Nevada, has been called "the entertainment capital of the world"'
800
Las Vegas
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
SEE & SAY
2010-07-06
'Say <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2010-07-06_DJ_27.jpg" target="_blank">this</a> state that was admitted to the Union in 1859'
800
Oregon
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
NEWS TO ME
2010-07-06
'This car company has been in the news for widespread recalls of its Corollas & other models'
800
Toyota
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
IN THE DICTIONARY
2010-07-06
'As an adjective, it can mean proper; as a verb, "to grade papers"'
800
correct
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
SCIENCE CLASS
2010-07-06
'The wedge is an adaptation of the simple machine called the inclined this'
1,200
plane
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
KIDS IN SPORTS
2010-07-06
'With a mighty leap of 5'1", David Mosely set the U.S. 10 & under record in this event back in 1977'
1,200
the high jump
Double Jeopardy!
5,957
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Dataset Card for "jeopardy"

Dataset Summary

Dataset containing 216,930 Jeopardy questions, answers and other data.

The json file is an unordered list of questions where each question has 'category' : the question category, e.g. "HISTORY" 'value' : integer $ value of the question as string, e.g. "200" Note: This is "None" for Final Jeopardy! and Tiebreaker questions 'question' : text of question Note: This sometimes contains hyperlinks and other things messy text such as when there's a picture or video question 'answer' : text of answer 'round' : one of "Jeopardy!","Double Jeopardy!","Final Jeopardy!" or "Tiebreaker" Note: Tiebreaker questions do happen but they're very rare (like once every 20 years) 'show_number' : int of show number, e.g '4680' 'air_date' : string of the show air date in format YYYY-MM-DD

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Data Instances

default

  • Size of downloaded dataset files: 12.13 MB
  • Size of the generated dataset: 34.46 MB
  • Total amount of disk used: 46.59 MB

An example of 'train' looks as follows.

{
    "air_date": "2004-12-31",
    "answer": "Hattie McDaniel (for her role in Gone with the Wind)",
    "category": "EPITAPHS & TRIBUTES",
    "question": "'1939 Oscar winner: \"...you are a credit to your craft, your race and to your family\"'",
    "round": "Jeopardy!",
    "show_number": 4680,
    "value": 2000
}

Data Fields

The data fields are the same among all splits.

default

  • category: a string feature.
  • air_date: a string feature.
  • question: a string feature.
  • value: a int32 feature.
  • answer: a string feature.
  • round: a string feature.
  • show_number: a int32 feature.

Data Splits

name train
default 216930

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Contributions

Thanks to @thomwolf, @lewtun, @patrickvonplaten for adding this dataset.

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