There are multiple ways to find data. From the home page, select one of the options pointed out in the image below:
Selecting the Datasets link in the top menu of the home page, and the Browse by Subject or Source options all follow a similar navigation to land on a dataset of interest. For example, after selecting the Datasets link in the top menu of the home page, the following pathway opens:
1. A listing of the Browse by Subject options display
2. After selecting an area of interest, here, Education, a listing of databases appears that have statistics related to education.
3. After selecting a database of interest, here Applications and Admittances - Postsecondary Institutions displays a listing of datasets within this database.
From the listing of datasets, select one of interest, and presto - a chart opens to the right:
Use the search box in the Data Planet header to query the repository for topics of interest. In the example below, "Brazil" is entered into the search box.
After you run the search, a listing of results opens. Scroll the results to select a dataset of interest, which will return you to that specific data and chart. You can also filter results to the left of the results listing to narrow results by subject terms, source, database,and geography.
Descriptive information about the statistical indicator(s) selected and the datasets from which they are drawn appear on the screen directly below the visualization. The statistical abstract includes: