This guide was created to aid University of Toledo faculty, staff, and students who need statistical health information.
Resources include finding aids, databases, and tools. Health statistics sources include international organizations, nongovernmental agencies, US and Ohio government agencies, and Northwest Ohio agencies and organizations.General statistics are also included if they contain health related information as demographics.
If you have a suggestion, title or resource that you would like to see added, please email Janice Flahiff at firstname.lastname@example.org OR Jerry Natal at email@example.com.
Sage Stats is a collection of over 200,000 data measures for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Topics covered include agriculture, business and industry, crime, economics, education, employment, government finance, health, housing, population, religion, social welfare, and transportation.
Data sets created from both government and non-government sources. Users can download all data for subsequent manipulation.
Coverage is from mid-1990s to present (varies with data series)
A six page Sage Stats Q & A may be found here.
A special thank you to Janice Flahiff, Reference Librarian for originally authoring this guide.