Lexis Nexis Datasets includes information for researchers to build statistical sets and tables from a multitude of sources. Options on the main page include: Find a Table, Customize Data and List of Links.
Find a Table allows the user to search the row-column headings & titles of published tables. The search can be built around Geographic, Demographic, Economic, Frequency of data from Local, U.S. and International sources.
The Customize Data option is more interactive. The user builds their table based in the criteria they select. Some of the choices include: In the News, Key Economic Indicators, Browsing by Subject or by Source (with breakdowns within each subject) .
Some of the Subjects include:
Banking, Criminal Justice, Law, Education, Energy, Food, Health, Industry, Population, Transportation (and more.)
Department of Agriculture, Health, Homeland Security, Bombay Stock Exchange, National Cancer Institute, (and more.)
There are options for the look of the graph (line, trend, bar, etc) Layout options, users can calculate using a calculator or statistical analysis and there are also multiple ways to export the data: Excel, PDF, Delimited Text, XML and more.
List of Links is an annotated list of government websites including government agencies & services, university sites and non-government services.
Help and information can also be found on the Lexis Nexis training wiki.