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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
The Science Libraries offer drop-in workshops, particularly towards the beginning of each semester. Topics include Data Management, GIS, Citation Management, Productivity Tools, Data Visualization, and more.
Interdisciplinary articles investigating sustainable food production in relation to the effects of global change on food resources, biodiversity, and global food security. Includes sections on nutrition, diet, food systems, agriculture, and more.
Web-based data service from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Provides access to financial, economic, accounting, and marketing data. All Berkeley students staff and faculty are eligible to create an account using a Berkeley email address.
Detailed monthly, quarterly, and annual trade data for 220 countries and territories covering 5300 products using the six digit Harmonized System (HS). [2001-present, varies by country, monthly, quarterly, and annually]. Note: Free individual account registered to a berkeley.edu email address required to create country and product groups, and to use Market Price Information tool.
Includes other related tools providing data on market access and investment, sustainability, market prices, export companies, trade competitiveness and more.
Politico is one of the nation's respected sources for national political and government news and analysis. Politico has recently expanded their coverage to California politics and government. In addition to finding news articles about the state, the Datapoint and Documents modules contain current primary source information and info-graphics used in Politico's reporting for California and the nation. These can be reused in papers, classes, or other research projects.
Get profiles, data and general information on Nonprofit organizations. [1960s to present]
Includes information on 1.8 IRS-recognized tax-exempt organization and thousands of faith-based non-profits. Data provided by 990 forms, other IRS sources and data provided by the nonprofits themselves.