OECD has just introduced OECD Data, a new innovative portal to discover and access data.
The OECD iLibrary has also recently been enhanced.
The OECD iLibrary’s new navigation bar provides access to new and enhanced index features and top-level navigation: You can browse by Theme, Country, or by Theme and Country, as well as quickly access the Catalogue of the existing content sections, and Statistics.
On the Statistics page there is a new content category, Indicators in the centre section. Indicators replace Key Tables, and provide links to OECD Data. Here, users can access and discover cutting-edge visualisation tools for the most popular data, with links to the datasets and related publications hosted on OECD iLibrary.
OECD iLibrary is an integrated online library developed as a service for researchers, teachers, lecturers and students at different levels who need to access and work with information, forecasts and analysis as well as statistical data published by OECD. Included also time-saving tools allowing users to work with, export and share data and build their own statistical datasets. New content and developed features and functionality are added to the service on a continuous basis.
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