While there are hundreds of data sets in the JMP Sample Data directory, and many others posted on the JMP community in the and the case study library in the , finding just the right data for a particular topic can be a challenge.
Here are a few great sites with open data:
CAUSEweb - Links to Many Sites for Data
30 Places to Find Open Data on the Web
Census at School
UC Irvine Machine Learning Repository
UN Data Explorer
The World Bank
World DataBank - World Development Indicators
The World Top Incomes Database
Bureau of Labor Statistics
State Health Facts
Redfin - Housing price data for cities across the US
Mortality and life expectancy statistics
Food Inspections | City of Chicago | Data Portal
Data Sources for Cool Data Science Projects: Part 1 | The Data Incubator
Data for Hans Rosling demonstrating the link between religion and babies (http://www.gapminder.org/videos/religions-and-babies/).
More sources for census, health, social and demographic data:
IPUMS International Project - international census microdata
IDHS (Integrated Demographic and Health Series) - Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data for developing nations
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