What are Datasets?

Search hundreds of consolidated sources to track population, health, employment and economic indicators.

It can be challenging to navigate dozens of different publicly available data like WHO, OECD and Bureau of Labor Statistics and try to reconcile together with common framing and logic. Datasets makes it easy to look at trends and source unique insights across multiple indicators to surface intelligence on demand growth and market opportunities.
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Core Data
Core Data is industry-agnostic context to lay the groundwork and find out where to focus. They can include economic insights like GDP growth or internet adoption, population trends and demographic changes, or trade production and exports.
Market Data
Market Data dates an Industry focus to get deeper into Climate, Education and Health data. They consolidate many different inputs to offer a more dynamic picture on the opportunities you are evaluating or trends you are surfacing.
Presentation Options

Chart: Plot selected data against each other for comparisons, using linear or logarithmic scales to offer different points of view.

Map: get 1-click insights by mapping selected data to compare growth rates globally. Use geographic filters to zoom in on a specific region and get a more focused view.

Grid: Plot datasets side by side with thumbnail views to build visual narratives.

Table: Simplified view, similar to a spreadsheet. Use geo and time filters to create a snapshot of the moment in time you’re looking for. Use sliders to understand difference in values from two specific periods.

Sources: Original source, which you can reference in presentations and dive deeper to understand underlying methodology and definitions.