Discover research datasets across a wide range of disciplines within the social sciences, sciences and humanities. None of the data is housed within the index, but links to data repositories are provided. Results are returned at the individual dataset with links to the data study. Like the rest of the Web of Science citation databases, you will be able to track dataset and data study citations within research literature.
Gapminder, a non-profit, identifies systematic misconceptions about important global trends and proportions and uses reliable data to develop easy to understand teaching materials to rid people of their misconceptions. Gapminder offers hundreds of global demographic indicators as .csv or .xlsx files.
ICPSR has one of the largest archives of secondary research datasets in the world. Johns Hopkins is a member of ICPSR, and the archive's contents are searchable and accessible to the Johns Hopkins community online.
Perhaps the best source for public opinion data, our membership with the Roper Center allows you to search for and download full datasets and access to the iPOLL database, where you can search for individual questions from opinion polls.
Comprehensive data coverage of each state including health care, crime, education and more. You'll find reliable data from more than 80 different sources covering more than 15 years. When you find data you're interested in, explore it using the mapping and graphing tools, compare it with other data sets, or export it to Excel.
Designed to be mastered in minutes, SimplyAnalytics is accessible to everyone. You can create professional thematic maps and reports using extensive demographic, business, and marketing data. Previously SimplyMap. Create an account for free.
Create custom tables and maps from the first Census to the latest Census, the American Community Survey, and the Religious Congregations and Membership Study. Social Explorer is one of the best sources for access to Census data because of its easy to use interface and download capabilities that allow for more sophisticated analysis.
Create customized tables and graphs using numeric data from a multitude of sources such as the Census Bureau, the Department of the Treasury, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the World Bank and China Data Center Online.
This is the Business Research Guide maintained by Heather Tapager and Alan Zuckerman, our Business Research Services Librarians. See this site to find out competitive intelligence resources and industry statistics.
This guide from the JHU School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) provides links to both national and international statistical resources (heavier focus on international). This is a good place to start if you want access to international financial statistics.