The collections below all have access to a great deal of statistical data and are excellent resources. Some tools within each collection are restricted to faculty or students of the sponsoring institution.
CCSS provides a range of services including the maintenance of a searchable and data archive as well as Internet Data Sources for Social Scientists, which is an extensive listing of other data resources for social scientists.
Includes all statistical publications issued by the U.S. government back to 1973 through CIS' American Statistics Index, and 1,000 statistical publications of private and state government sources from 1980 forward through CIS' Statistical Reference Index. It also provides database access to the American Statistics Index, the Statistics Reference Index, and the International Index of Statistics. Also, be sure to look at Data-Planet's Statistical Ready Reference.
This is a membership-based organization, which Illinois is a member, that supports and provides access to "the world's largest archive of computer-based research and instructional data for the social sciences." The archive consists of large data sets that can be downloaded and used to generate charts, graphs, and other statistical representations. It is fully searchable, with the interface supporting subject searching and keyword searching in the title and abstract of each data set.
NORC, a social sciences research institution, provides reports and data from the United States. Search by specific project or research capability, or look under a broader topic or NORC department. Browse documents and datasets from research on topics including education, welfare services, public health, finances in health institutions, and technology use.
Provides access to abstracts of statistical datasets on a variety of international and U.S. topics, including links to several sets that are accessible online. Some sets are limited to Princeton University faculty and students. Includes Economic Time Series, census data, and international data sources.
Allows users to upload any file format to be made visualizable in the browser so that figures, datasets, media, papers, posters, presentations and filesets can be disseminated in a way that the current scholarly publishing model does not allow.
Online tool that supports the creation of data management plans for numerous funding agencies, including National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Institute of Museum and Library Services, and others.