AllThatStats is DSI’s statistical internet platform designed for retrieving voluminous economic time series databases with some million indicators from various sources, e.g. DSI’s well known titles:
AllThatStats enables ad-hoc use in an intuitive manner, supported by video tutorials and examples. Economic time series databases from national and international sources can be retrieved simultaneously and extracted in a common format. But AllThatStats goes far beyond simply providing data on a computer screen in tables or chart views. Its integrated powerful calculator and transformer engines make it easy to analyse the statistical time series on the fly and to export or to share them with colleagues directly over the web.
The update frequencies are determined by the various official sources. The databases are always updated including the corresponding data history to mirror the latest official repositories, taking into account also fundamental data revisions, caused by the re-basing of indexes or by newly added series.
Search by keyword
At the top of each page, AllThatStats provides a powerful index supported keyword search. Each query triggers a simultaneous run through all the millions of time series descriptions of the licensed databases. It retrieves and lists all relevant sources/databases for immediate access.
In the second instance, AllThatStats offers a tree view that allows browsing by source, theme and database (hierarchical view).
On database level
Once selected, the entire database is loaded for further action. On database, level AllThatStats supports the filtering of hits not only by scrolling through the time series descriptions but also by the implemented tree view allowing to fade out all non-relevant branches to get closer to the target series shown at “Available Time Series”.
Each series can be listed separately by following the corresponding “Direct Link” (depending to the periodicity: A – annual data, Q – quarterly data, M - monthly data). Alternatively, you can place individual tick marks, or tick mark to “Series” to select all series shown there, in order to transfer them to the “Selection” basket at the top.
Important hint: to keep the system fast, it is possible that there are more series that hit your filter terms than listed initially. In this case, click on the “load more” button at the bottom of the list to load them, too.
With “Selection”, you can collect time series from current as well as other databases. So, you can go through additional databases at AllThatStats to finalise your choice.
Finally, the selected series can be presented in tables and graphs for further action (“Show Selection”).
Data Presentation (“Show Selection”)
First, the time series are extracted and listed in a common table (showing the latest data at the top: last in first out) or in a scalable graph. But this is not the end of the story. Whether you prefer the table view or the graphic one, in both cases AllThatStats provides a number of important tools:
Or store your selection to your personal “Watch List” for later usage:
Every time series selection/report can be stored in a personal watch list. The watch list does not only store your time series reports selected from AllThatStats, but it also keeps the data reports stored there automatically up-to-date for later/regular usage.
Important note: When using “Watch List” for the first time, it is necessary to sign in for a personal account (user ID, password) at AllThatStatsNow -> My Account.
Beside the common login to the corresponding AllThatStats licence (IP controlled or via user ID/password), AllThatStats provides the possibility to generate personal accounts to save retrieval works (Watch List), to save individualised graphical works (ATSNow), or to save the results of mass regressions (Massive Data Analysis).
You are requested to create your personal account once, when using one of the services for the first time. So there is no need to act proactively here.
Access to “My Account” is located at the upper right corner in the ATS menu bar. It guides you to your personal account/dashboard and provides direct access to your work:
Where available, links to statistical dictionaries, nomenclatures or classification plans related to the corresponding databases have been implemented by AllThatStats. If these documents can not fix your problem, please contact DSI’s statistics services for support:
All supplemented services are available via AllThatStats.
Be impressed by the power of the AllThatStats platform, supplemented by AllThatStatsNow, Massive Data Analysis, AllThatStatsWatchList and AllThatStatsApp.
AllThatStats platform (ATS)
Whenever possible, you are able to save your retrieval works (Watch List), individualised graphical works (ATSNow), or the results of your automated mass regressions (Massive Data Analysis) to “My Account”.
You are requested to create a personal account once, when using one of the services for the first time. There is no need to act proactively here. When implemented, you can control/access all your works directly via the your personal dashboard. Login to your existing account via “My Account” placed at the top of all ATS pages.
ATSNow has been connected to selected databases at AllThatStats in order to communicate statistics directly from the screen:
Direct link: AllThatStatsNOW
Important note: When using ATSNow for the first time, it is necessary to sign in for a personal account (here you can also store your ATS reports at your personal “Watch List” -> My Account -> Sheets).
Massive Data Analysis (MDA)
MDA supports your research in statistical databases. It explores “big” time series databases/platforms for any data pattern of your choice to identify strong expected/unexpected correlations automatically.
You no longer need to crawl dozens of databases or hundreds of time series manually.
MDA: designed to test/confirm your theses, to identify new correlations and to discover hidden causal relationships
Direct link: Massive Data Analysis
Important note: When using MDA for the first time, it is necessary to sign in for a personal account (here you can also store your MDA results) -> My Account -> Data Analysis.
ATSWatchList synchronises your personal ATS time series selection with the ATS platform permanently. This guarantees ongoing access to the latest data and saves repetitive and time consuming retrieval work:
Direct link: ATS WatchList
Important note: When using Watch List for the first time, it is necessary to sign in for a personal account (user ID, password) at AllThatStatsNow. Afterwards you will find your watch list/reports at -> My Account -> Watch List.
AllThatStatsApp (ATSApp), ATS statistics on your mobile phone
ATSApp services have been focused on some important economic themes:
Direct link: ATSApp