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Statistics

Eurostat

Eurostat is the statistical office of the EU providing statistics that enable comparisons between countries and regions. Search it to find the answers to questions such as:
Is society heading in the direction promised by politicians? Is unemployment up or down? Are there more CO2 emissions compared to ten years ago? How many women go to work? How is your country’s economy performing compared to other EU Member States?

It includes long and short term indicators; general economic background; employment; social cohesion; environment; external trade; imports and export of good; industry, commerce and services; industrial production; retail trade; and labour market data.

 

Irish Social Sciences Data Archive

ISSDA holds Irish and European datasets from surveys and official statistics. Available to NUIG by contacting ISSDA at email: issda@ucd.ie


OECDiLibrary

OECDiLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and includes its statistical database.

 

Passport

Passport provides demographic, socio-economic and other country statistics. It is a useful tool for economic analysis that facilitates graphing and comparative analysis You can use its interactive economic dashboard to monitor the macro-economic environment in real time or compare 66 indicators across 58 countries by month from 2001 to 2013

Other online tutorials available on the Passport’s HELP screen include:
Manipulating statistics, Creating Custom Data Sets / Changing Table Layouts, Adding and Removing Statistics, Exporting Statistics, Working with Analysis

 

Reuters EcoWin Pro

Reuters EcoWin Pro includes data from statistical offices, central banks, agencies and exchanges. It includes OECD, IMF, MSCI, J.P. Morgan data and more. The application allows you to copy charts and data into PowerPoint, Word, or Excel. As the database is updated, the charts in your PowerPoint presentations automatically update. Data is exported to Excel using the Excel add-in making it easy to find, import, update and analyse the desired dataset in your spreadsheet. It requires the installation of software on each user’s PC and is available in the PC Suite in the Nursing Library.

Enquiries to Trish Finnan 

 

World Development Indicators (WDI)

World Development Indicators (WDI) is the World Bank's annual compilation of data about development.