It is impossible to overstate how much data is (are?) created, collected, and presented every day. In most cases, when you are looking for a dataset for your research, you will have to use a platform that provides tools for compiling and comparing filtered data.
Create tables, charts and maps with wide range of variables using data from governments and private organizations.
Views also include descriptive summaries of the datasets and data sources. Datasets cover a wide range of subjects including business, finance, banking, economics, sociology, political science, demography, agriculture, education, international studies, criminal justice, housing and construction, labor and employment, energy resources and industries, and more. Sources include public, private/commercial, and nongovernmental organizations.
Use VPN. U.S. national data, GIS mapping tool and analytics platform with data related to demographics, neighborhood conditions, real estate markets, federal income-eligible areas, money and income, lending activity, jobs and economy, education, health and more.
Individual log-in required. Users may search for data, but will need to create an account to download data. Data sets and documentation in sociology, political science, education, economics, and other areas of social science.
Online tool for creating maps, reports, and visualizations from data. Georgia Tech has an account which allows you to sign in as a guest (use VPN if off-campus), and you can create a personal account on the site to save your work.