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Last chance to give us your feedback!

Last chance to give us your feedback!

Fri, Nov 24, 2017
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Coast Capital Savings Library needs your feedback to help determine resources for our collection! We've extended the deadline for our database trials. Take them for a whirl, test them out and tell us what you think. Your valuable words will help us decide whether or not to subscribe to a database. We're after feedback from everyone--instructors and students alike!

The databases may support a wide-range of disciplines--not just business!   Help us spread the word by inviting your colleagues and your fellow students to participate. Access each database and its feedback form in the links below.


Available until Dec. 8th

Statista is a statistics portal that integrates data on over 60,000 topics from over 18,000 sources. It contains:
• Statistics
• Reports on industries, markets, and outlooks
• Surveys
• Toplists
• Infographics.

Available until December 8th

SimplyAnalytics is a web-based mapping and data-visualization application that allows users to create interactive maps, charts, and reports. It contains over 75,000 variables on business, socio-demographics, and economics that can be mapped to any geographic area of Canada.  Map and analyze data on diverse topics like demographics, consumer spending, brand preference, employment, public health, etc.

You must create a free account to use and log into SimplyAnalytics. 

A video tutorial is available from the Support menu once you are logged in.  Additional FAQs are also available. The link above also has a PDF guide to getting started with SimplyAnalytics.

Available until Dec. 8th

Passport is a global market research database.  It includes:
• Internationally standardized statistics
• Data and analysis of lifestyle, population, and socioeconomic factors worldwide, to the city level
• Historical and forecast data
• Market share, market size, and market environment data


Thank you in advance for your time and your feedback. Questions? Ask a librarian.