What is the different between statistics and data?Datasets are the raw numbers, usually compiled in an excel, SAS, or SPSS file. You need to analyze the data before you can draw meaningful information from it. Statistics are bits of analyzed or compiled data, often displayed in the form of a chart, a graph, a percentage, or an average.
Contains two important links, to the Economic Briefing Room, where the latest Census Bureau economic indicators are available, and also the Economic Indicator Calendar, which displays the scheduled release of Census Bureau economic data.
This monthly publication from the GPO tracks quarterly and monthly changes within the U.S. economy and presents the results in graphic and tabular form. The information collected is generally about six weeks old.
An important vehicle for presenting the Administration’s domestic and international economic policies, it provides an overview of the nation's economic progress with text and extensive data appendices.
A source for the quantitative facts of American history, topics ranging from migration and health to crime and the Confederate States of America. Tables are fully searchable, customizable, and downloadable.
Established in 1971, IBISWorld provides fully researched, dependable and up-to-date industry and procurement intelligence that our members consider invaluable. IBISWorld employs a team of dedicated expert analysts who research economic, demographic and company data—so you don’t have to. We can provide your organization with beneficial insights on industries and markets so you can make better business decisions, faster.
Intellect is a business intelligence application that provides access to private and public U.S and international business data, industry news, facts and figures, executive contact information, and industry profiles. Intellect is powered by the same Dun & Bradstreet® data found in Hoover’s™, and includes content from First Research®. It allows users to research companies, develop mailing lists and perform market research.