This is about IMF’s data, who can use it and how to use it.
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Science daily with its 140,000 research articles has been linked to universities, research agencies and professional associations. It is becoming more popular as a tool for content generation and it is used by newspapers, magazines and bloggers
Google Trends is an open source web analytics tool. Google Trends tracks how often a search-term is entered into the search engine across different regions of the world.
In this blog series we’re putting a list of reliable data sources together and a ‘how to guide’. Each post starts off with an introduction to the database’s purpose and who its aimed at and this one looks at Eurostat