Where to Find Data

Of course I use my sample data generator when I need some sample data. But sometimes I want some real data. I looked high and low for data sources to include in the upcoming 101 Ready to Use Excel Formulas book that Mike and I are writing. If you like data as much as I do, there might be a few sources you haven’t found on my pinboard page.

https://pinboard.in/u:dkusleika/t:data/

If you have a good one that’s not on that page, leave it in the comments.

10 Comments

  1. Michael says:

    Chris Pound’s language machines: http://generators.christopherpound.com/

    … mrt

  2. GMF says:

    OMB historical financial figures for just about everything U.S.

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget/Historicals

  3. The free US Zip Code database that I talk about in my mini-blog article here might be of interest to some readers here…

    http://www.excelfox.com/forum/f22/free-u-s-zip-code-database-421/

  4. Jeff Weir says:

    Never mind where to find data. Tell us where to find girls. (With data, preferably.)

  5. Elias says:

    I’m with you Jeff, especially if they look like Tami Neilson!

    Saludos

  6. Excel1Star says:

    Add this:
    http://enigma.io/

    Regards
    Alfred

  7. Andrew says:

    Individual level survey data:

    http://personality-testing.info/_rawdata/

    Very large matricides.

  8. John says:

    I think I’ve gotcha all on this one: quandl…it’s got everything with a decent interface to view it all before exporting it

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