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Students and Faculty: Create your dataZoa account using your university email address

What is dataZoa?

dataZoa gives you instant free access to over 3 billion data series on a wide array of topics: Economics, banking, finance, demographics, health, child well-being, environment, agriculture, energy and more. You can grab data such as home prices by region, employment and occupational data, wage rates by city, education and poverty measures, health and disease metrics and spending, traffic through U.S. ports, company 10-Ks and more, and delivers historical time series data in a standardized format right into your personal account. With one click, users can store reports in a personal sandbox, and the results update automatically from the primary source. With dataZoa, users can build graphs, charts and tables, driven by live data, and these applications also auto-update and can be easily embedded in a website or blog. Users can also upload their own data to their dataZoa account to combine it in displays or dashboards with data accessed from other sources.

See a sample of dataZoa supported web sites with 30 second videos on how to get data

IMPORTANT => To get data you must Visit this Page and Install the dZ-Dot in your Browser

Also, see the Help Link in your dataZoa account.

Video #1:
Populating your DataZoa Account with your Chosen Data from U.S. Federal Sites

Video #2: Creating a DZBoard in Minutes

Video #3: DataZoa Tables Connect Directly via DataZephyr and DataZoa

Video #4: Dragging and Dropping Data from into DataZephyr and DataZoa

Video #5: Dragging and Dropping Data from BLS and BEA into DataZephyr (with some background noise - apologies!)

Video #6: Getting Data from Port of Long Beach into DataZephyr

Video #7: Getting Data from the site into DataZephyr and DataZoa

Video #8: Interplay Between DataZoa Tables and DataZephyr - Statistics Estonia

Video #9:Uploading Data from Spreadsheets into DataZoa

FBI UCR Data Videos:
Video #10: Brownsville Local Data

In detail: dZBoards 2.0 Webinar (39 minutes)