- General Statistics:
- If using Google, try an advanced search for statistics in the .gov domain.
- Also try Proquest Statistical
- Business Statistics:
- start with the Management Library's Statistical Research FAQ.
- US Government Statistics:
- FedStats is a Gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.
- Do an advanced Google search for statistics in the .gov domain.
- Medical Statistics:
- Social Science Statistics:
- For data on everything from crime to the economy, consult the library's guide to Statistics Sources for the Social Sciences
Legal and Congressional information
Cornell libraries provide two excellent sources for legal and congressional information.
For historic and current Congressional information, go to Proquest Congressional
- Do a basic or advanced search for your topic (try checking the Index terms for your subject)
- Fiind CRS (Congressional Research Service) reports on the issue, committee and hearing reports, legislative histories and more.
- If it's about recent or upcoming legislation, search the Leguslative Histories, Bills & Laws section or check the Hot Bills/Hot Topics section.
You can also find legal analyses of your topic in Nexis Uni.
- Choose the Legal section
- in the Law Reviews search box, search for your topic
- Refine you results within your search if necessary