Tuesday, August 6, 2013

dataZoa

You may have noticed that in the past few of days some promotional links for dataZoa have appeared in the lower part of the right side-bar of this blog page.

Usually, I don't go in for this sort of thing. However, I decided to make an exception in this case. Just so you know - I was not asked to do this, I'm getting nothing out of this, and I have no financial interest in dataZoa.

I simply wanted to share information about a really, really, nice resource. So, let me tell you just a little about it, and then you can go and explore dataZoa™ for yourselves.

What does dataZoa have to offer?

As an individual, you can set up a free account and then you can:
  • Get very easy (drag and drop) access to lots of economic time-series data, from various international agencies.
  • Manipulate and chart the data using the sophisticated DataZephyr utility.
  • Publish dynamically-updated data on the web.
Yes, dataZoa™ is a commercial venture, from Leading Market Technologies, and I think it's going to have a big impact. Their team took me through a demo. last week, and you can see their pitch for potential university clients here

Take a look - their videos tell the story far better than I could!


© 2013, David E. Giles

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