|The IDB is committed to disseminate and provide high quality data derived from their research analysis and sources through the “Numbers for Development” (N4D) portal. This initiative has been launched in 2015 in response to the need for socio-economic data focused in the LAC region. The portal merges 7 IDB´s databases and a specialized catalog of datasets of sectoral data.|
It is the IDB's Open Data portal that merges 7 IDB´s databases and a catalog of Specialized Datasets derivate from the research published in the IDB´s publications portal. To access the portal go to http://data.iadb.org.
The Open Data Portal is governed by the AM-331 Annex 1, which establishes a set of principles. Also AM-331-1 provides guidelines about the management of Databases of the Bank. The steps described in the AM-331 Annex 1 are consistent with the Bank’s access to Information Policy.
You can review the "MyData Infoguide" that contains information about the Open Data Portal, policies, step by step guides, training resources, and more. Additionally, KIC/ISU offers Open Data Portal Training Sessions tailored to units upon request. Please contact the sector librarian within your department for more information.
For a technical problem with "Numbers for Development Indicators" or "Dataset Catalog", please call Reference desk or send an e-mail to Bid-Library or contact your Information Officer.
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