Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2015     Views: 99

The library has and subscribes to many good sources of statistical data. When you are on our A - Z Database List, look for databases with this icon next to their name: Data Icon, which indicates that the database includes statistics or data. 

Here are some good sources for statistics to get you started:

Data-Planet Statistical Datasets

Web-based research solution that provides access to 30 billion data points from licensed, government and public domain sites, such as, EASI Analytics, U.S. Census, United Nations and IMF.

Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference

Provides simple and refined searching of the extensive Data-Planet repository of standardized and structured statistical data.

Business and Company Resource Center

Company profiles, company brand information, rankings,  investment reports, company histories, chronologies.

EASI Analytics - Rite Site Software

Demographic and market analysis reports. Contact Reference Desk (ext. 2161) for the username and password. Please provide your student ID number.


Re-formats and presents data sets from major federal agencies including the Federal Reserve System, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Department of Commerce, the Census Bureau and others. Currently, Economagic is only available to on-campus users.

Mintel Reports

Research reports covering US and International marketplaces. These provide data &  analysis of the competitive landscape, market-share analysis and consumer profiles.

Statistical Abstract of the Unites States 2013

Comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States

Government Websites and Online Portals

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Statistical Resources on the Web

Economic Indicators

US Census

United Nations Statistics Division - Demographic Yearbook

World Bank - Development Indicators

UNESCO Institute for Statistics

Additionally, search the Online Library Catalog to find print books and ebooks in our collection on statistics. Visit the Demographics & Statistics Research Guide for more information.

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