Links to Statistical Data
|For the exercises in Introduction to Statistical Reasoning.|
|An Eclectic Collection|
|Some personal favorites.|
|System for distributing statistical software, datasets and information by e-mail and FTP.
|Time Series Data Library|
|Collection of over 500 time series, maintained by Dr. Rob Hyndman, Department
of Econometrics and Business Statistics.
|Global Financial Data|
|Listed below are free datasets; many others are available for a fee.
|Penn World Data|
|Fill out a request form and receive free data on 28 key variables for
all major world economies, 1950-1992.
|United Kingdom Office for National Statistics|
|The data are available in 16 datasets covering economic, financial and
social data on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. The datasets can be
searched on-line and obtained to view on screen or downloaded
to your computer for use in spreadsheet applications. The site also provides
projects tips for students.
|WebEc: World Wide Web Virtual Library|
|WebEc is an effort to categorize free information in economics on the
WWW. Includes a useful link to on-line Economics journals.
|University of California, Los Angeles Statistics|
|A comprehensive site offering data from books and consulting projects,
as well as links to government data sources.
|Data Ferret: Federal Electronic Research Review & Extraction Tool|
|Access and manipulate large demographic and economic datasets. A joint
project of the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
|Social Sciences Data Collection|
|Links to many data sources. Maintained by the University of California,
|Statistical Resources on the Web|
|Datasets available for many topics. Maintained by the University of Michigan
|Economic Report of the President, 1998|
|Information on the U.S. economy in spreadsheet, ASCII and PDF format tables. Prior editions are also available on-line.|
|Econ Data & Links|
|Data on foreign economies, the U.S. economy and California's economy.
|Basic Tables: 1990 Demographic Profile Generator|
|Application generates a single 1990 demographic profile for any of the supported geographic units (census tract, city, zip code, county or metropolitan area, state) in the U.S.. Maintained by the Urban Information Center, University of Missouri-St. Louis.|
|U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development|
|State of the Cities Data System.
|The Health & Retirement Study|
|Nationally representative longitudinal data collections that examine
retirement and the aging of society.
|Federal Election Commission|
|Collection of political data.
|Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy's web site.
|National Center for Health Statistics|
|Various studies and surveys from the Center for Disease Control.