This section provides a broad range of ag and food related data sources. The Ag & Food Data Users Guide provides more information related to finding and using data, including assessing needs and assets, and program evaluation. Refer to the Spatial Analysis & Mapping section for more specialized resources related to those needs. Search other Cornell LibGuides for additional sources of guidance in finding and using data related to ag, food and development.
Cornell University Libraries offer several guides for conducting market research:
General help in using CUL resources can be found on the Mann Library Portal for Cornell Cooperative Extension
Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG) links Cornell University faculty, staff and students with data management services to meet their research needs. RDMSG’s broad range of experts provide assistance for the creation and implementation of data management plans, and help researchers find specialized data management services they require at any stage of the research process, including initial exploration, data gathering, analysis and description, long term preservation and access.
Managing Data To Facilitate Your Research -Cornell LibGuide providing an overview of data management best practices and help in creating plans to manage data effectively and efficiently while meeting funder and publisher requirements.
Iowa Regional Food Systems Working Group (RFSWG) data collection guide outlines a shared measurement system for coordinators of Regional Food Groups to collect economic data. The manual includes a sample farmer survey to report local food sales and a sample institution survey to report local food purchases, as well as instructions for coordinators to submit data
The tools section of this guide offers several useful resources for collecting and processing data