A selection of data are available to explore via our online tools.
Nesstar is the online data exploration system used by the UK Data Service to provide access to a wide variety of datasets. All visitors to our Nesstar Catalogue can browse study metadata, variable frequencies and use the simple and advanced search options. Registered users can also create simple online cross-tabulations, produce graphs, and download subsets of variables in a variety of formats.
A number of tools are available for accessing census data available via the UK Data Service Census Support.
UKDS.Stat enables you to extract information from the large socio-economic international datasets available at the UK Data Service. The interface, which uses OECD data warehousing technology, provides an improved user experience and many exciting features, including animated time series charts, the ability to display data as choropleth maps, to save personal queries, share queries and to search across all datasets.
Beyond 20/20 Web Data Server (WDS) can be used to display, subset and download international macrodata. It runs on a standard web browser and is used by many governmental and intergovernmental organisations for the dissemination of time series aggregated data.
The Qualidata Online service allows the exploration of qualitative data collections (and associated metadata) in many different ways. The data in the system includes not only traditional interview transcripts, but also audio and image files.
The Online Historical Population Reports (OHPR) collection provides online access to the complete British population reports for Britain and Ireland from 1801 to 1937. This collection goes beyond the basic population reports with a wealth of textual and statistical material which provide an in-depth view of the economy, society (through births, deaths and marriages) and medicine during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Provides access to aggregate historical census data from the Great Britain Historical Database and the Database of Welsh Historical Statistics, and also allows users to order online subsets from the transcribed census enumerators' books of the 1881 census for England and Wales, and to order specific tables. Access to these data is only available to members of the UK higher and further education community conducting not-for-profit research and/or teaching and learning.
The IMF eLibrary available via Mimas for the UK Data Service comprises a Text Collection and the Annual Report on Exchange Arrangements and Exchange Restrictions (AREAER). The Text Collection provides access to International Monetary Fund periodicals, books and working papers from 1951 and the AREAER tracks the exchange rate and trade regimes of all members of the IMF.