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2017-05-18Data

Moving Select Databases to the By Source view

Penn World Table, JEDH, FAOSTAT & Maddison Historical Data databases moved

More data, more efficient navigation

As we increase the number of databases available in the application, it is important to keep navigation as simple as possible. By reducing the amount of databases shown in the drop-down database menu, the list will be less cumbersome to navigate.

As of today, the first in a series of changes will be put in place in the application, in which we begin to move certain databases away from the initial drop-down database menu in the time series tabs of Browse and Analytics. The databases that will be affected at this time are:



Click on the databases above to open them in their new location in the application.


Finding data by source

These four databases will be moved from the drop-down database menu you see below, to the Economics - By source view, shown in the image that follows.


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Finding data By Concept

The headline series of these databases can also be found in the By concept view, to facilitate quick comparison of indicators across countries, shown in the image below.


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Using Bookmarks for quick access

So, what do you do if you are used to the ease of finding these databases in their old location? In version 1.17 we introduced Bookmarks, which allow you to create custom shortcuts and access them through the Bookmarks tab in Browse and Analytics. If you’d like to find out more about creating bookmarks, have a look at this tutorial


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Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions, we’re always happy to help!

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