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30 Resources to Find the Data You Need

30 Resources to Find the Data You Need
Let's say you have this idea for a visualization or application, or you're just curious about some trend. But you have a problem. You can't find the data, and without the data, you can't even start. This is a guide and a list of sources for where you can find that data you're looking for. There's a lot out there. Universities Being a graduate student, I always look to the library for books and resources. Data and Story Library - An online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic statistics methods, from Carnegie MellonBerkeley Data Lab - Part of the UC Berkeley library system. News Sources I'm sure you've seen a graphic in the paper or I guess more likely, on a news site, and wondered about another aspect of the data. Geographic Data Got some mapping software, but no geographic data? TIGER - From the US Census Bureau, detailed data about roads, railroads, rivers, and zipcodes. Sports America loves its sports, and thus, has decades of sports data. World

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Find People's email, address, phone number, background & more... MaidenName.net - a database of people who have changed surname (mostly women who married). Relies on people like you and me to volunteer information. If you have a former surname, let them know your new details, so old friends can find you... Old School Friends - There are many USA organizations like School News or Class Reunion Search that help you reconnect with high school and college buddies / friends / pals / mates / lovers. Also try Friends Reunited (UK), MyOldMate (UK), School Friends (Australia & NZ) The Sikh Directory - Small directory, provides information of Sikh people and businesses

Interactive Data Visualization for the Web Copyright © 2013 Scott Murray Printed in the United States of America. O’Reilly books may be purchased for educational, business, or sales promotional use. OER Grants Skip Navigation Jump to navigation OER Home Page Search NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts 15 Websites to Find People On The Internet In today’s Internet world of booming social networks, it’s easier to find lost friends and colleagues than it ever was before. In fact, the private world of yesterday is now an online world with open access to social networks, government databases, and public records. If you’re looking for a long lost friend, or maybe want to do a background check on someone, consider the following free resources to find people on the internet. Crawl the Internet The Internet is essentially a giant database, overflowing with data points about individuals. Today, it’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t commented on a blog entry, made a post in an online forum, or registered at Facebook or Flickr.

ited Nations Statistics Division New York, 1 June 2016 - The chair of the Statistical Commission, Ms. Wasmalia Bivar of Brazil, addressed the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) on 1 June during its Coordination and Management Meeting. Ms. Bivar, who provided her briefing by videolink, informed the Council that the Statistical Commission at its last session in March had agreed “as a practical starting point” on a global indicator framework, which had been developed by the Inter-agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IAEG-SDGs). MBAdmitWiki Use this dashboard, featuring leading MBA programs in the U.S. and abroad, as you navigate the MBA application process. We encourage you to bookmark this page as the launch pad for your business school research; it is the starting point for surfing our site for program-specific information. Visit the MBA Admissions Mashup for the latest from MBA student, applicant and program blogs, Twitter and popular forums. Had an interview recently?

Ten Ways You Can Use the Web to Find People Tracking down someone you might have lost contact with is one of the most popular activities on the Web all over the world, and with good reason: the vast amounts of free information available online make finding people easier than ever before in history. The following tools and websites are all free and easy to use. According to About.com reader reviews and feedback, these selections deliver consistently reliable results with the least amount of work. A couple of things to keep in mind while reading this article, and before you start using any of the resources listed here: Be patient.

Home: UK National Statistics Publication Hub Incidence of TB in Cattle, Great Britain - Data to January 2014 Release time: 9:30am Agriculture and Environment | Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | GB Latest national statistics bringing together various sources of statistics relating to the incidence of TB in Cattle, Great Britain according to arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority. Regional labour market statistics - April 2014 Labour Market | Office for National Statistics | UK HRC Gov't and Corp Ratings Non-discrimination policies, benefits and other practices that include LGBT workers are essential for U.S. businesses as they compete for talent and customers. Though acceptance is growing, there is still room to improve and promote fairness both in and outside of the workplace. Get the latest news delivered to your inbox! HRC Workplace News is delivered directly to your e-mail address no more than twice a month. Keep informed of the latest resources, news and events to ensure workplace equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and their families.

New Resources Added to EBSCO Discovery Service Sunday, 21st June 2015 New Resources Added to EBSCO Discovery Service By Africa S. Hands From EBSCO Discovery Pulse: With EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) the highest quality information resources are available at your fingertips. Eurostat Home Your feedback on the quality of Eurostat's data How can we be sure that we are meeting your needs? We think the best way is to ask you directly and so would be grateful if you could spare just a couple of minutes to answer our questionnaire. > more Updated: Digital publication on Energy Statistics can help to make the complex process of energy more understandable. The World Factbook The Office of Public Affairs (OPA) is the single point of contact for all inquiries about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). We read every letter, fax, or e-mail we receive, and we will convey your comments to CIA officials outside OPA as appropriate. However, with limited staff and resources, we simply cannot respond to all who write to us. Contact Information Submit questions or comments online

The Ultimate Amateur Private Eye Guide: 50 Free Services to Dig Up Info on Anyone Whether you’re an employer trying to research a sketchy job candidate, someone suspicious of the show-off date they found online, or trying to research sex offenders in your area, there are a number of free internet tools to turn you into an amateur private eye. Check out our list of 50 totally free services that will let you dig up the dirt on anyone. All-in-One Services and Public Records Search International Statistics By Country Library Links Quick Links Quick Links

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