Enhanced Global Data Workstation v2.0
We have introduced substantial improvements over the previous Oxford Economics databank. The new online software provides rapid access to economic data. You can now view multiple databanks at the same time, or sync data from your selected databanks into a single set of data. The tool provides a variety of data selection, heat map and chart visualisations, data downloads, data sharing, and personalisation features, and all assets can be exported as image or Excel files for use in other programs.
- Smart currency conversion and rebasing
- Categorized databank selection tree
- Collective "All" tab that allows data selection across databanks
- Tabbed design allowing multiple data results views (table, chart, map)
- Ability to download table data exactly as it appears in the table view
- Clearer map view, and additional map settings (custom gradients, colours and visual options)
- Table re-shaper allowing pivoting with intuitive design
- Collapsible settings panel, allowing focused data view
- Coverage of selection shown in tree
We have introduced new interactive dashboards that can be accessed directly from the databank!
Reports can be found in the following databanks:
- Global Economics - US Recovery Tracker & Global Recovery Tracker Reports
- Global Scenarios Service - Global Scenarios Service Report
- Globak Cities - Global Cities Report
- North American Cities & Regions - US Recovery Tracker Report
Training videos and further information can be found on each report page. Please note: your access to these reports will depend on the current subscriptions you have with us.
Accessing the service
The release version of the service is located at https://data.oxfordeconomics.com/ The service works best when the browser is at least 1440 by 900 pixels. Using a lower resolution is less convenient for selecting and viewing data.
If you encounter any problems with the Global Data Workstation, please contact Oxford Economics for support via email at email@example.com. If you are experiencing a technical issue, please attach a screenshot of the issue and provide as much information as possible to help Oxford Economics’ software development team reach a quick resolution for you. Please follow the instructions on our Help Page.
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