Datasets Datasets are understood as a stored, organised collection of data or information that share a structure. They cover a fixed period of time. Usually, this information contains either case level data, aggregation of case level data, or statistical manipulations of either the case level or aggregated survey data, which can be used for multiple instances (OECD Glossary).
Analytical tools Analytical tools are understood as a mean or form for running analysis on data stored on a safe server remotely. Users access the results of their analysis but not the data (OECD Glossary).
Indicators and statistics Indicators and statistics are understood as data elements representing information without a shared structure. They address a specified time, place and other characteristics, without the requirement of sharing an organised data system. This information is published or made available for public use that describes, estimates, forecasts, or analyses the characteristics of groups, customarily without identifying the persons, organisations, or individual data observations that are comprised (OECD Glossary).
National data archives National data archives focus on collecting and preserving documents of national and historical value.
International repositories International repositories provide information and data in a broad international scope.
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