What is NZ.Stat?
NZ.Stat is a free web tool that allows you to:
- create tables from a wide range of large datasets
- find a dataset by browsing through themes or searching
- customise the table by selecting the variables you want and changing the table layout
- view metadata alongside the table
- download your table in Excel (up to 100,000 cells) or CSV format (up to a million cells).
NZ.Stat is powered by software provided by the OECD, which is also used by other statistical agencies around the world.
New features in the latest version
NZ.Stat has new selection (and unselect) options which allow you to select multiple variables with one click. For example, you can select all variables at a particular level in the dimension (eg all level one industries), or all variables at a particular level within a particular node (eg all level three industries within Manufacturing).
Popular queries is a new tab in the left hand navigation panel that lists the most popular datasets.
The latest version of NZ.Stat was released on 18 February 2014.
Or, go directly to NZ.Stat and follow these steps:
||Step 1: Find a dataset by clicking on 'Choose theme' on the left or entering keywords in the search box in the top right corner.
||Step 2: Click on the dataset you’re interested in – a default view of the dataset will be displayed.
||Step 3: Click on 'Customise' to select variables or change the table layout
||Step 4: Click on 'Export' to download your table in Excel or CSV format.
How you can get further help
Read: NZ.Stat user guide (PDF, 36 pages, 4.59 MB)
You can also get help and advice by:
- emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- phoning our Information Centre on 0508 525 525 (toll-free within New Zealand) or +64 4 931 4600 (if calling from outside New Zealand).
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We are aiming to integrate Infoshare with NZ.Stat in 2014, so that you can access Infoshare data using NZ.Stat. We will also be providing more functionality, such as the ability to create your own custom queries that can be shared with colleagues, and machine-to-machine data transfer.
Page updated 18 February 2014