Data Sources

Sources of datasets published on Basedig

WORLD BANK

The world bank provides open data, for a free and open access to global development data. Numerous data can be found on various subjects such as economic development, demography, commodity prices and markets, infrastructure.

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EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK

The European Central Bank provides extensive statistics about the economy of the European Union and its member states. Currency Exchanges, Banking statistics, Trade balances are some of the data sets available from this source.

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OPENDATA PARIS

OPENDATA Paris is the opendata initiative of the city of Paris. It provides numerous datasets about the city in many fields: real estate, maps, political organisation, townhouse, budgeting and other fields

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DATA.GOUV.FR

The French Government participates in the open data initiative and provides numerous datasets from French organisations, municipalities and regions.

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US GOVERNMENT

The US government provides numerous data sets which are in the public domain

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FRENCH GOVERNMENT

The French government provides open data sets for generale usage in many fields

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GERMAN GOVERNMENT

The German Government provides open data for public use

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NEXTELYO

Nextelyo is a consulting and interim management company. Nextelyo focusses on a few topics: -Big Data and AI -Risk Management -Marketing and Pricing strategies

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WIKIPEDIA

Wikipedia is the world's largest encyclopedia and provides numerous articles with quantitative data. Basedig collects and cleans tabulated data from Wikipedia. No need to parse wikipedia or scrape wikipedia. Basedig does it for you.

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BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS

The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), part of the Department of Transportation (DOT) is the preeminent source of statistics on commercial aviation, multimodal freight activity, and transportation economics, and provides context to decision makers and the public for understanding statistics on transportation. BTS assures the credibility of its products and services through rigorous analysis, transparent data quality, and independence from political influence. BTS promotes innovative methods of data collection, analysis, visualization, and dissemination to improve operational efficiency, to examine emerging topics, and to create relevant and timely information products that foster understanding of transportation and its transformational role in society. The Bureau’s National Transportation Library (NTL) is the permanent, publicly accessible home for research publications from throughout the transportation community; the gateway to all DOT data; and the help line for the Congress, researchers, and the public for information about transportation. The BTS Director is by law the senior advisor to the Secretary of Transportation on data and statistics.

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