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The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) provides access to over 500,000 economic time series from both U.S. and international sources.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Data provides economic data for its 35 member countries.
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The Census Bureau conducts the US national census every ten years, but also collects information for over 130 other surveys including: the Current Population Survey (updated monthly), the American Community Survey (the largest household survey) and the Annual Retail Trade Survey (business survey).
Data.gov is the United States Federal Government 's open data repository and includes over 190,000 datasets from various government agencies.
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The Big Cities Health Inventory Data collects information for the Health Inventory Data Platform which provides open data from 28 cities in the United States.
Medicare Data datasets include information on hospitals, healthcare facilities, physicians, home healthcare, etc.
World Health Organization’s Global Health Observatory GHO | The data repository.
The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care documents document “patterns of health care delivery and practice across the United States and evaluates the quality of health care Americans receive.”
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics compiles statistical data from Federal agencies, State and local governments, business, and labor representatives.
ILOSTAT provides access to labor statistics for over 180 countries, including information on labor productivity, social protection, working time, etc.
For national statistics FedStats includes agriculture, crime, education, energy use, health insurance, population trends.
Eurostat provides statistical information on European Union.
The United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) is part of an initiative for “Statistics as a Public Good” and includes data on Education, Employment, Energy, Environment, Health, Human Development, Industry, Information and Communication Technology, Refugees, Trade, and Tourism.
The World Bank’s DataBank gathers data on World Development Indicators. Development data includes economic, social and environmental indicators, such as: education statistics, gender statistics, health, nutrition, and population statistics.