One of the big advantages to studying at a university of four-year college is taking advantage of free offers. And we’re not just talking about free pizza for attending a club meeting.
Zdaly WorldData™ compiles over 3.3 billion world data and time series trends that can be visualized, merged and correlated with built-in statistical models — and it’s now free for students and university researchers to use.
Zdaly, a Texas-based, venture backed data intelligence leader, announced in a press release this week that it has released the world’s largest quantitative research data platform as a free resource for university researchers and students at large.
“The massive troves of the world’s public data are a powerful force of public truth and accountability, playing a critical role in academic research. Yet this data is scattered, hard to source, debug and use – so Zdaly set out to solve this problem”, stated Raj Golecha, CEO of Zdaly.
The company’s goal in providing something that corporate clients pay six-figure sums to access? To “help advance the efforts of university researchers and students everywhere” says Golecha.
Researchers can search, visualize and model important time series trends across multiple dimensions and sources in a single research platform. Data collections cover macroeconomics, demographics, finance, labor, agriculture, healthcare, trade, population and other major sectors important to academic, statistics and quantitative research.
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