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Daily Rainfall Data (1975 - 2006 & 2012)
This Dataset contains about Ahmedabad Station's Daily Rainfall Data for the years 1975-2006 and 2012.
- Restricted Access (in Library)
It includes data on temperature, humidity, wind speed and visibility for 10 cities in India in different climatic zones. Its analyses various parameters including; temperature, rainfall, evaporation, duration of sunshine in hours, force of wind and squall data from the year 2004 to 2011.
- Restricted Access (in Library) CD002191
Datastream (Incorporating WorldScope)
Historical, global coverage of equities, stock markets, commodities, futures, currencies, options, bond markets, company financials, and economic data. The database is updated daily, and historical equity information goes back as far as 1973, though coverage varies across countries and types of content. Sources include national governments, OECD, EIU, IMF, World scope, and Morgan Stanley Capital (MSCI).
Derwent Innovation is a comprehensive database built by IP experts and data scientists. DI provides patent research and analytics platform delivering access to globally trusted patents. It's enhanced content, proprietary search and data intelligence technology help the global community includes 40,000+ innovators, researchers and legal professionals.
- Campus wide Access | Two user license
DGCIS monthly time series data (January 2002 to August 2017)
The data includes the quantity and value of various pulses imported from different countries via major ports of India. The pulses covered are peas, chickpeas, pigeon peas, beans, kidney beans, cowpeas, lentils and some other varieties. The data includes the quantity (in kgs) and value (in US $) of these commodities over different months from 2002 till 2017.
- Restricted Access (in Library)
District GDP of India (2001-2002 to 2015-2016)
The District GDP is the database on the Indian economy, contains information on the performance of the economy at the district level. More importantly, it provides sector wise estimates of GDP for each of the districts of India (as per Census 2011).
It provides; Aggregate GDP, Primary sector (agriculture, mining, fishing, forestry, livestock), Secondary sector (construction, electricity, gas & water supply, manufacturing), Tertiary sector (transport, storage & communication, trade, hotel & restaurant, public administration, banking & insurance, others) - Overall 3 major sectors and all sub-sectors of the economy. Per worker and per capita GDP & sectoral share across all sectors (at current prices) from 2001-02 t0 2015-16. GDP forecast for the above mentioned sectors till 2017-18. GDP of IT- manufacturing and IT- services (at current and constant prices) & per worker GDP IT-manufacturing and IT-services (at current prices) for 2001-02 to 2015-16.
- Restricted Access (CyberLab PC-8 in the Library )
District Metrics (DM) helps you to unravel the potential household consumers in India at a disaggregated level. The service brings you, in a single platform, demographics, purchasing power or income and economic activity for - districts & towns enabling you to locate the markets of your choice. The reliable data and robust estimates in DM are powered with querying tools, supported by dynamic map-views that enable marketers identify and locate market geographies and households that can be prioritised. It also provides a unique feature in the interactive maps that facilitates the users to juxtapose their own internal datasets like sales, distributors etc along with the DM data on the map.
This Dataset contains data about Indian District's Monthly Rainfall Data for the years 1901-2010.
- Restricted Access (CD002444, in the Library)
The Vikram Sarabhai Library has 140+ databases in its e-resources collection. The databases have been divided into different categories content wise like company & country database, scholarly resources, research support resources and legal databases. These databases fulfill the specific requirements sought by the users.
- Most of the databases are accessible through IP, while some databases require log-in ID & password.
- The faculty and existing students can access the databases off-campus through Remote Access.
- The Databases should be used solely for academic and research needs and not for any commercial purpose.
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The Vikram Sarabhai Library (VSL) is named after Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, world renowned physicist and founding Director of IIMA. It was set up in 1962 and is one of the best management libraries in Asia. The library is open 24x7. Our mission is to facilitate convenient and user friendly access to current, global and relevant information by identifying, acquiring, organizing and retrieving information in various formats (print & non print) to serve the information needs of the academic fraternity of IIMA to meet their teaching, research, consulting, training and learning requirements.
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