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HOW TO EXPORT DATA
(open access data)
Access to OECD fulltext journals, books, and reports as well as statistical data on economics, trade, agriculture, technology, energy, and environment
Besides OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) information from these institutions are included:
- International Energy Agency (IEA)
- Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA)
- OECD Development Centre, PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment)
- International Transport Forum (ITF).
Use OECD.Stats for searching for data across the vast numbers of databases!
Getting Started Quick Guide
Using OECD Statistical Databases and OECD.Stat
Video tutorial on OECD Stat
OECD Stat Web Browser User Guide
NB! Use OECD.Stats for searching for data across the vast numbers of databases!
in Excel, Text file (CSV), PC-axis and SDMX(XML)
Datastream is a global financial and macroeconomic database with current and historical data covering key economic indicators, stocks, bonds, derivatives, comodities, currencies, trusts, etc.for 175 countries and 60 markets.
Contents are organized in Data Categories:
- Equities (prices, key financials (P/E, EPS etc.))
- Equity indices (trade value, prices. turnover etc.)
- Unit trusts
- Investment trusts
- Bonds & Convertibles
- Bonds Indices & CDS
- Economics (Macroeconomic time series from IMF, OECD, ECB, Eurostat, EIU, national statistical agencies etc.)
- Exchange rates
- Interest rates (Treasury Bonds, state bonds, etc.)
- Derivatives (Warrants, Futures, Options)
Look into this guide on more information and how to use Datastream
Access for CBS students only from computers in CBS Library Data Lab located on the first floor in the Library at Solbjerg Plads).
How to access: Datastream is now part of the Eikon database. Look into this guide on how to access Datastream
You also have access to Microsoft Office add-ins that enable you to access the Datastream database directly from within Excel
This is very useful when extracting large amounts of data (time series)
GUIDES & HELP
Look here for a short introduction to Datastream and description of the content.
Other tutorials/guides on Datastream:
- equity data is from initial public offering (IPO) till now, updated daily
- macro time series in the "Economics" section are monthly, quarterly and annual, with up to 60 years coverage
- transfer data to Excel
- transfer charts to Excel, Word and PowerPoint
- import data from the Excel add-in
- print and copy charts, data, reports, and more
From the tab Statistics you gain access to the statbank (free access) that allows for both browsing, searching, and data export
Main access points include:
- General and regional statistics
- Economy and finance
- Industry, trade and services
- Agriculture and fisheries
- Environment and energy
The Publications section provides access to:
- Eurostat Yearbook
- Eurostat Regional Yearbook
- Panorama of European Business
- and more
You can use and export data from Eurostat for free, but as a registered user you have e.g. access to enhanced functionalities of the database
Guide to Eurostat
Statistics explained - guide to European Statistics
Intro to Eurostat Data, find and/or create your "own" table (Video tutorial)
Following formats: Excel, CSV (text), HTML, PC-AXIS, SPSS, TSV and PDF
(published by Eurostat)
The ComExt Intra- and Extra-European trade database provides statistics on merchandise trade among European Union member states, and between member states and global partners.
Data is classified according to the Combined Nomenclature (CN) system used by Eurostat. The CN is an eight-digit subdivision of the Harmonised System (HS), comprising four two-digit levels: HS2, HS4, HS6 and CN8. Trading partners are designated a three-digit or four-digit code.
- Monthly ComExt data: 2000–2019
- Annual ComExt data: 1988–2018
World Bank Data
World Bank Open data
World Development Indicators (WDI)
Databank (Word Bank):
Free and open access to data from more than 60 sub-databases about development in countries around the globe.
TCdata360 provides open data on trade and competitivenes. The site aggregates and visualizes data from multiple sources:
about 1800 indicators from a wealth of sources are gathered TCdata360 (Open Trade and Competitiveness Data). This collects data from the World Bank itself and other international organizations such as the IMF and the OECD.
For example, find key figures about the individual countries and compare indicators about trade, competitiveness, economy, etc. across countries and over time.
World Development Indicators (WDI) is the primary World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized international sources. It presents the most current and accurate global development data available, and includes national, regional and global estimates. It contains over 800 time-series indicators for 209 countries and 18 country groups, covering 1960 to last year. Included are sets of country tables, covering specialized topics such as social indicators, economic indicators, education, and population projection.
World Bank) Databank:
Data Blog brief presentation of the databank
FAQ on the Databank
Content overview of the databank
You can download the data to your computer by clicking on Download Options from the toolbar. Select the format for your report (Excel, CSV, TXT, or SDMX) and it will automatically be downloaded.
World Competitiveness Online
Annual report on the competitive strength of some 60 countries. The report summarises and examines the economic and political conditions that create and underpin company competitiveness.
Access to statistical country and regional indicators, as well as 5-year time series based on 312 criteria elucidating economic conditions, public sector efficiency, as well as corporate performance and infrastructure of the countries considered.
About the Methodology and Principles of the Analysis
Complete list of all the criteria in the analysis
Database allows to convert data into tables and charts and download it all into PDF, Excel and formats for SPSS, STATA and more
International Monetary Fund
Access to data from more than 30 sub-databases:
Available datasets listed alphabetically
Selected online IMF Data Sources
Access to Manuals and Guides on IMF Data
in Excel, PDF, Image and more
The database contains financial statistics, national accounts statistics, industry and sector statistics.
Data are pulled from:
- World Bank
- WTO – World Trade Organization
- Comext (Intra and Extra-EU Trade Statistic
- And more
AllThatStats Content Providers (Sources)
AllThatStats User Manual
AllThatStats Video Tutorials
Excel (XLSX), CSV (Comma-separated), LaTex Data