The ProQuest Statistical & Datasets Products Content Update is focused on keeping you informed of tables, datasets, reports and other statistical content added and coming to your ProQuest Statistical products databases. In addition to sharing the new content available in your Stats & Datasets database subscriptions, these quarterly updates will update you on enhancements to the ProQuest platform.
Statistical Abstract of the United States
1,000+ tables have been updated for the 2016 edition, and are available online today! More than 40 new tables will appear in the 2016 edition.
NEW tables available include:
- Earnings by Sex and Women's Earnings as a Percent of Men's Earnings by Occupation: 2013
- Rape and Sexual Assault Rates Among College-Age Females: 1998 to 2013
- Sales of Agricultural Products Direct to Individuals: 2002 to 2012
- Participation in Farm to School Programs by State: 2012
- Drug Overdoses/Poisoning Deaths Involving Opioid Analgesics and Heroin: 1999 to 2013
- Drought Conditions—Area and Population Impacted by Level of Drought: 2014
- Medical Expenditures by Health Condition in Current and Chained Dollars and Per Capita: 2000 to 2012
- Veterans Income, Education, Poverty, and Disability Status Compared to Nonveterans: 2012 to 2013
- Science and Engineering (S&E) Graduates by Occupation: 2010
Statistical Abstracts of the World
NEW country yearbooks for Afghanistan and Egypt, plus the African Statistical Yearbook. New yearbook editions coming include: Chile, Czech Republic, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Canada, Iceland, Kenya, Malaysia, Poland, and Cyprus. Coming soon are updated editions for Kuwait, Panama, Russia, Portugal, Croatia, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Greenland, Finland and Brazil. All tables are available in the language of publication as well as in English where translation is required.
ProQuest International Datasets
NEW datasets from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 – Results by Risk Factor 1990-2010. New county datasets from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT), Statistics Bureau of Japan, Hellenic Statistical Authority; plus Oxford Economics datasets for the Middle East and Africa city forecasts; and new datasets from the United Nations Service Trade, National Cancer Institute, European Central Bank, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, and U.S. Census Business Dynamics Statistics are now available.
New International coverage (IIS PDF Service) includes updated content for: Africa Trade Working Papers Series, ADB Economics Working Paper Series, EBRD Country Strategy Reports, OECD Economic Surveys (2015), Asian Development Bank Project Completion Reports (2015), new reports from Eurostat: Statistics Explained series, plus new reports covering Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. More than 1,000 new reports from US government agencies including: Country Commercial Guides, Sector Profiles and US Travel and Tourism Statistics from the International Trade Administration; Global Agriculture Information Network: Market Focus Reports from the Foreign Agricultural Service (USDA) covering Biofuels and Agricultural Biotechnology; new monographs from the Health Resources and Services Administration: and hundreds more new monographs and serials content from dozens of US government agencies.
Platform and Database Updates
New Interface Makes Statistical Abstract of the United States & Statistical Abstracts of the World Accessible on ANY Device
Launched on June 1, the new User Interface makes ProQuest Statistical Abstract products accessible in a mobile environment – from laptop to table to mobile phone. It features the same functionality regardless of screen size, providing anytime, anywhere access to statistical content. You can now easily toggle through search results from within the document view or expand an in-line preview within the search results. Plus, the navigation has been improved with tables of content moving closer to the search box AND action areas (download, email) now together in a common location.