Examples of of a search by Subject include the following:
United States - Social conditions - Statistics
Education - Statistics
Population - Statistics
World health - Statistics
Also search by country e.g.
Education - United States - Statistics
United States - Statistics
You can search the library's catalog to locate current and historical statistics. These are statistics are available in print and electronically.
To find statistics, search the library catalog:
Use the word statistics as one of the key words e.g. Alaska and energy and statistics
The most current statistics are available on the Web.
You may want to make use of Google's Advanced Search to create a sophisticated search and limit the domain to .edu, .gov, or .org.
When finding statistical information freely available through the Internet, be sure to make sure that the statistics are from reliable sources and are accurate. The C.R.A.A.P. test is a useful guide for evaluating information, and particularly Internet resources.
You can search the Library's databases in order to find articles and other information resources that include statistics. As with searching the Library catalog, use statistics as one of your keywords when searching. Be sure to choose a database that is relevant for your subject area.
Selected article databases that include statistics and reports: