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1:250,000-scale Hydrologic Units (huc250k)The data for this large coverage was originally collected for the GeographicInformation Retrieval and Analysis System (GIRAS) at a scale of 1:250K.Some areas, notably major cities in the west, were recompiled at a scaleof 1:100K. The coverage was compiled to provide the National Water QualityAssessment (NAWQA) study units with an intermediate- scale river basinboundary for extracting other GIS data layers.




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This interface enables access to full dataset downloads in compressed CSV formats. Entire classification periods may be downloaded. Reporter-classification-period may be accessed as well. Since the files have already been generated, this provides quicker access to large amounts of data. Please be aware that the data is compressed using gzip.


You can browse through the API endpoints/operations in the Developer Portal, and you can also try it using the interface. The examples below show some of usual use cases such as downloading bulk files.


The list of reference tables can be downloaded in JSON format through the following endpoints. As an alternative, use the Python package comtradeapicall. Or this Excel ComtradePlus - data items - 17 Mar 2020.xlsx


Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (National Archives and Record Administration (NARA))This searchable collection of online databases comprises around 85 million machine-readable historical records, comprising 475 datasets from over 30 United States federal agencies. Topics are diverse, ranging from prisoners of war to work stoppages to color photographs from NASA. Search results display in HTML tables but may then be downloaded in CSV. Entire datasets from the AAD collection may be ordered from NARA for a fee.


ATUS-X assigns uniform codes to the variables across years, and makes the documentation more accessible. With a free registration, users can create extracts from the data, selecting and downloading only the variables and years they need.


data.census.gov (U.S. Bureau of the Census)The U.S. Census Bureau has a new platform for visitors to access its data and digital content. Surveys and programs on the new platform include 2017 Economic Census and 2018 American Community Survey. American FactFinder and DataFerrett will be replaced by this new platform. Starting in June 2019, American FactFinder will have no new data releases. On the new platform, visitors can type in words or phrases in one simple search box or use advanced search by topics, geographies, years, surveys, and industries. Data can be downloaded in CSV format. OnTheMap, MyCongressional District, and many other tools will continue to be available to Census data users. Check out Data Gems for experts' tips and How-to documents about this new microdata analysis system.


Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) (U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID))The MEASURE DHS program facilitiates the Demographic and Health Survey, the Service Provision Assessment (SPA) Survey, and the HIV/AIDS Indicator Survey (AIS). The resulting datasets, which focus on Central and South America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, are available for direct downloading. Datasets include information on family planning, maternal and child health, child survival, AIDS, educational attainment, and household composition and characteristics. Online data tools include:


GetFacts (University of Wisconsin-Extension and Applied Population Laboratory, UW-Madison)GetFacts allows users to map, plot, or download data for the state of Wisconsin using selected variables from the following datasets:


Global Burden of Disease (GBD) data (The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME))Global Burden of Disease (GBD) data captures premature death and disability from more than 300 diseases and injuries in 195 countries, by age and sex, from 1990 to the present, allowing comparisons over time, across age groups, and among populations. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) has built online data visualization tools to present recent GBD data using country profiles and US county profiles. Some GBD data can be downloaded from the Global Health Data Exchange (GHDx) site :


Google Public Data Explorer (Google Labs)Google Public Data Explorer is an online data visualization tool that allows users to explore publicly-available data within the site's collections, and design their own graphs and tables for display. Displays can be animated to show changes over time, and users can link or embed the visualizations in their own web pages. The initial collection includes selected data from the World Bank, OECD, Eurostat and several statistical agencies in the United States. While the collection is growing, it is not comprehensive. The data itself cannot be downloaded directly from Google, but links are provided to the source websites.


Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition Online (UW-Madison subscription) (Cambridge University Press)The previous edition covered colonial times through 1970 and was issued by the U.S. Bureau of the Census in honor of the U.S. Bicentennial (DISC has the bicentennial edition on CD-ROM). The present edition, greatly expanded and updated, was undertaken by Cambridge University Press, resulting in a web edition as well as 5 volumes in print (print volumes available at several libraries on the UW-Madison campus). Major subject categories include: Population, Work and Welfare, Economic Structure and Performance, Economic Sectors, Governance and International Relations. The online version offers tables for download in XLS and CSV, along with a custom table feature for combining more than one table. The custom tables and some other site features require a free registration, in addition to the subscription provided by UW-Madison via IP-authentication.


Human Mortality Database (Department of Demography at the University of California-Berkeley and The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)The Human Mortality Database is the sister of the Human Life Table Database. The Human Mortality Database is also an outgrowth of the Department of Demography at the University of California, Berkeley, USA, and at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research. The Database measures mortality data by country, specifically industrialized countries such as the United States and much of Western Europe. Users can download data by country (free registration required).


Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)The IPUMS project makes census microdata available for the U.S. (1850 to present) and for an increasing number of international censuses. For each arm of the project (U.S., International, and Current Population Survey), samples are combined into a unified database, with uniform codes and integrated documentation. Users can create and download extracts online. One major asset of IPUMS International, the international arm of the project, is the inventory of known censuses and surviving microdata. Free registration and agreement to conditions of use are required for download.


International Data Base (IDB) (U.S. Bureau of the Census, International Programs Center)The IDB contains demographic statistics for all countries of the world, combining data from country sources (especially censuses and surveys) with IPC's estimates and projections to provide information dating back as far as 1950 and as far ahead as 2050. Data includes population, fertility, mortality, and migration indicators. Tables may be viewed online, downloaded in spreadsheet or customizable (comma or space delimited, etc.) format, or the entire database may be downloaded for use on a PC.


IPUMS CPS (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)IPUMS-CPS is an integrated set of microdata from 1962 to almost the present of the March annual supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS). The Current Population Survey is a monthly U.S. household survey conducted jointly by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the March supplement collects demographic and income information widely used by social scientists and policy makers. So that the data may be more easily compared across time, IPUMS-CPS codes the variables identically from year to year. The data is also compatible with the IPUMS-USA decennial census project, at IPUMS-CPS covers all substantive variables from the original CPS samples. A free registration is required to create and download extracts from IPUMS.


IPUMS Multigenerational Longitudinal Panel (MLP) (Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota)IPUMS USA has a set of crosswalks to link individual records in full count historical census data between adjacent censuses from 1900 to 1940. These cross-walks contain IDs that link persons between census years. They are intended for use with IPUMS data extracts. To download these data, you must agree to IPUMS USA terms of use and register to create your user account with IPUMS.


Japanese Study of Aging and Retirement (JSTAR) (Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) and Hitotsubashi University and the University of Tokyo)The Japanese Study of Aging and Retirement (JSTAR), a panel survey of elderly people aged 50 or older in Japan, was launched in 2007 and data from the first wave of the study was released in 2010. JSTAR focuses on the economic, social, and health conditions of elderly people. The study is designed to be comparable to the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) in the United States, Survey of Health, Aging and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and English Longitudinal Study of Aging (ELSA). The questionnaire, codebook, and a report on the first results can be downloaded from the site. The site also describes conditions, confidentiality levels, and application instructions for qualified researchers and agencies to receive the data free of charge. The JSTAR datasets are available in Stata and CSV formats. 041b061a72


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