Data-Planet Statistical Datasets is a web-based research solutions tool that provides fast and easy access to data from licensed and public domain datasets within an easy-to-use interface. With this dynamic tool, you can scan the contents of the collection, select subjects and variables of interest, and view your data in side-by-side tables and charts. The Data-Planet repository contains more than 35 billion data points from 4.9 billion datasets sourced from more than 70 source organizations. There are billions of charts, maps, views, rankings, time series and tables available for use in the Data-Planet repository. All of the data have been standardized and structured, and are described with up to 37 fields of metadata, including a controlled vocabulary. Looking particularily for UN, OECD, World bank data and IMF data? This is the resource to use. Please see Data-Planet guides for specific ways to use this resource: Data-Planet Guides
More than 37,000 annual time series of quantitative historical information on population, work and welfare, economic structure and performance, governance, and international relations of the United States, all from Colonial times to the present.
Trinity University is a member institution of ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research), which maintains and provides access to an archive of digital social science data for research and instruction. In addition, ICPSR provides user support to assist researchers in identifying relevant data for analysis and in conducting their research projects. Trinity University participates in ICPSR Direct, which gives Trinity users easy access to more than 6,200 studies.
PolicyMap is an online data and mapping tool that enables government, commercial, non-profit and academic institutions to access data about communities and markets across the US. Use it for research, market studies, business planning, site selection, grant applications and impact analysis.
Statista provides statistical data on many topics including media, business, politics, society, technology, and education. Sources include market reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases.