CityU Library Reviews: “Statista Database”
Review by Theresa Gehrig, Librarian
Statista database. Statista GmbH. Hamburg, Germany: Statista GmbH
Statista: Data Tells a Story
CityU’s Statista database, statistics are colorful, bold, and contextual.
Statista’s tables and charts illustrate trends and track dynamic relationships.
Consider the Source! Detailed source citations trace the data to the original source. Visit the Source link to evaluate and find more relevant data.
Is the data source and data collection flimsy or solid?
Bold, eye catching charts, graphs and facts convey quantitative data related to industries, companies, products, as well as countries, politics and news. Instant Download are ready to insert in papers and presentations – as PPT, XLS, PDF and PNG.
Search by Industries – Industry overviews, subtopics, key companies, trends and also Industry reports (SWOT, key figures, Financials, etc. Plus links to related industries).
Topic pages make a great starting point. Explore statistics & facts, list of recommended statistic on the topic – as well as related market forecasts, dossiers and infographics.
“Countries” drop-down offers an entry by country, region or topics related to that country or region. Find country dossiers, country industry dossiers and international statistics and facts.
Dossiers or Studies are more in-depth reports on a topic, industry or company. The little books have a table of content with chapters- authored by Statista.
Infographics- visual data – Current news and events and business trends are conveyed visually – including embed code.
Statista’s focus is on business, industry and marketing.
However one finds data relevant to any discipline- economics, politics, countries and culture, society & health, demographics, sports, education, etc.
Searching Statista can uncover fascinating titles – and it is easy to get lost reviewing results, Popular Statistics feature or the Recent Chart of the Day! http://screencast.com/t/GLSr8fXVbVI2
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Best, J. (2012). Damned lies and statistics: Untangling numbers from the media, politicians, and activists. Berkelery, CA: University of California Press.
Data.gov The home of the U.S. Government’s open data. Retrieved from https://www.data.gov
European Commission (n.d.). EUROSTAT: Your key to European statistics. Retrieved from http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat
FedStats (n.d.). 2015 FedStats : Your window into U.S. federal statistics. Retrieved from http://fedstats.sites.usa.gov
United Nations Statistics Division (n.d.). United Nations Statistical Division. Retrieved from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/default.htm
USA.gov (n.d.). Data and statistics about the United States. Retrieved from https://www.usa.gov/statistics
Yau, N. (2011). Visualize this: The FlowingData guide to design, visualization, and statistics. John Wiley & Sons.
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