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What kind of data do you need?
Also known as geo
, this data identifies the geographic location of features and boundaries of the Earth. Spatial data is accessed, manipulated, analyzed and/or mapped using Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Also known as
, this data consists of computer-readable research data from various disciplines in the social sciences, humanities and life sciences.
are statistical summaries organized into tables, graphs, etc. and
are composed of individual records consisting of a row of numbers (e.g., like the results of survey) that are extracted using statistical analysis programs such as SPSS or SDA.