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Resources for using dataZoa

What is dataZoa?

DataZoa is a tool that allows you access and monitor datasets.  You can import more than 200 million datasets from a growing list of public sites such as the U.S. Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the FBI. Here is a list of supported sites arranged by topic.

DataZoa also...

  • Dynamically updates datasets
  • Allows you to store your own datasets
  • Helps you share your data privately or publically 
  • Creates charts and graphs which can be embedded into your webpages 

For more information see their briefing page.

Getting Started

1. Create an account.

2.  Download the dataZoa add-on button for Firefox or Chrome.

3. View tutorials.


Accessing dataZoa

You may access dataZoa from the databases page.  If you are a first time user, create an account-- look for the "Create a New Account" link below the login boxes.  Note: You must have a BSU e-mail address to create a dataZoa account.