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Drag-and-drop the world's data right into your dataZoa account

It's a new world of data out there. Do you follow trends in economics, demographics, energy, finance, health, climate? Then you know the challenge of finding, formatting and updating from the billions of data series now on the Web.

With dataZoa, it's now drag-and-drop access to over 3 Billion data series on the web, free. Just click on any of the 1-minute Video icons under Step #2 below to see how easy it is to access the world's data. For a bit more depth here is a 10 minute tutorial.

Perhaps best of all, the dataZoa connections are live - find your data, drag it once, and dataZoa keeps the numbers current from there on!

Prepare to be thrilled...

Step #1: Get the dZ-Dot™

Chrome Users:

  1. Get the dZ-Dot for Chrome here
  2. Click Add to Chrome
  3. You may need to confirm the installation

You're done!

All Supported Browsers:

(To learn more about dataZoa's unique and powerful dZ-Dot including forthcoming editions for other browsers, visit this page.)

Step #2: Get Data!

Here are some of the more popular web sites where you can instantly pull data into your dataZoa account:

US Sites

American FactFinder (AFF) - U.S. Census  
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)   
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)   
Federal Reserve Board of Governors   
Department of Labor (DOL) - Weekly Unemployment Claims  
Energy Information Agency (EIA)   
FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR)   
FFIEC: Uniform Bank Performance Reports (UBPR)   
National Center for Education Statistics - ELSi    
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (FARS)     NOAA Long Term Climate Data     SEC Edgar Filings   
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (FRED)   
TANF (Caseload) County, State, Zip Code & National Business Patterns by NAICS Industry Code - U.S. Census  
Building Permits by Metropolitan Area; Monthly - U.S. Census  
Housing Vacancies & Homeownership Rates by State and MSA - Quarterly  
USDA Stats Service Yahoo! Finance (Historical Prices) Zillow   

US Regional

University of Arizona Arizona Department of Administration                     University of Arkansas
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Ball State University, Indiana
University of Northern Kentucky Port of Long Beach Port of Los Angeles
Massachusetts State Treasury Montana Department of Commerce                  University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Cornell Prog. on Applied Demographics (Trends)  University of Oklahoma University of Tennessee
Wichita State University, Kansas

US Health and Well Being

CDC BRFSS (MSA Level Data) CDC BRFSS (State Trend Data)
HCUPnet State Trend Data (by DRG, IDC-9-CM and CCS)            Kids Count (Annie E. Casey Foundation)
National Cancer Institute State Profiles (Trend Data)

Multi-Country Agencies

Bank for International Settlements (BIS)                European Central Bank (ECB)                                 OECD iLibrary - Key Tables  
UN Data UN ECE The World Bank


Bank of England (Statistics)                                    Bank of Spain Statistics Canada (CANSIM)
Dansmark National Bank Deutsche Bundesbank                                              Statistics Estonia
Statistics Greenland Statistics Iceland Statistics Ireland
Statistics Latvia Statistics Suriname Statistics Switzerland
Swiss Fund Data Swiss National Bank

Don't see the site you want?

Feel free to suggest a site and we'll keep you posted via email as we add new ones!

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Need help uploading your data?

Most people copy and paste data from their spreadsheet into the dataZoa upload window to the left.

to learn more about DataZoa Upload formats including how to add units, footnotes and other data descriptors.

Click here for some upload examples...

Click one of the sample links below to see examples of common data upload formats (use the Clear Button to clear these examples out of the data upload window).

A simple series...

Replacing Series while preserving their Series Keys...

You can replace the contents of Series entirely but keep all references in place in your charts and tables.

A common application for this is when you have a spreadsheet of data that you routinely copy and paste into dataZoa.

After you have uploaded the spreadsheet the first time, just use the Workbench to Export the series to a file. The file header will have a row of series keys you can then add to your spreadsheet to use from then on.

Like this... Original:    With Keys:

Automate your uploads with the dataZoa API...

With the dataZoa API, you can automate your data transfers. If you have important recurrent updates, your systems can cooperate with dataZoa for enhanced reliability, timeliness and accuracy.
the dataZoa API documentation or download it here.