Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Feb 15, 2019 Views: 600
Data.gov is one place to start. This is a large open repository for data where you can search for frequency of, number of, or count of and then filter with categories on the left side of the page.
Statista offers a variety of frequency tables derived from Statista's own surveys or other organizations' data. Search for frequency and your area of interest to return, in many cases, bar charts with percentage frequencies. To view data as a table, click Settings > Chart Type > table icon from an individual chart's page. Below the chart/table, the Additional Information section lists total respondents; multiply percentages by this value to reconstruct the original counts.
- data.world (https://data.world/)
- datahub (https://datahub.io/dataset)
- AWS Public Data Sets (http://aws.amazon.com/datasets/)
- UC Irvine Machine Learning Repository (http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/)
- GitHub (https://github.com/caesar0301/awesome-public-datasets)
- European Union Open Data Portal (http://open-data.europa.eu/en/data/)
- Wolfram Data Repository (https://datarepository.wolframcloud.com/)
- Google Dataset Search (https://toolbox.google.com/datasetsearch)