The SAGE data portfolio offers three statistical databases for intuitive research and reporting on historical, current, and future projections. Starting July 31, 2021, the SAGE Stats and U.S. Political Stats databases will be retired and content may be found on the Data Planet platform, where the SAGE Stats & U.S. Political Stats data are made available. With coverage spanning across the social science disciplines and literally billions of datasets available, Data Planet users are able to view content in their area of interest at a broad, global level or they can choose to drill down to incredibly granular, local-level detail. Data Planet provides students and researchers with carefully vetted and harmonized data, with map and comparison visualizations plus table downloads to add power and context for researchers at all levels.
Data Planet is the largest single repository of harmonized and structured statistical data available to libraries. With this dynamic tool, users can scan and search the contents of billions of datasets, compare and contrast variables of interest, and create customized views in tables, maps, rankings, and charts. Researchers and students can navigate via browse and search to obtain incredibly specific indicators and locations in 16 topical categories.
This collection of statistical data makes research easy by providing, in one place, annual measures dating back more than two decades. This resource feature statistical data series created from more than 400,000 government and non-government datasets, covering popular topics of research interest for U.S. states, counties, cities, metropolitan areas, and ZIP codes. By harmonizing carefully vetted data from multiple sources into the same format, SAGE Stats provides power and context for researchers at all levels.
SAGE Stats is retiring July 31, 2021 and its data content may be found in Data Planet.
A data download and visualization tool, U.S. Political Stats aids researchers in finding and understanding data on the three branches of the U.S. Government. Bringing together highly valued content from sources such as CQ Roll Call and CQ Press that can be compared with other public and proprietary data, researchers will discover a wealth of information on election returns, congressional floor votes, Supreme Court decisions, plus presidential performance and economic indicators, as well as diverse demographics.
U.S. Political Stats is retiring July 31, 2021 and its data content may be found in Data Planet.