The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has launched an upgrade to its signature online database FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data).
Late last year, the St. Louis Fed rolled out a beta-version of the new FRED graph platform, which goes live today. In addition to 213,000 data series from 64 sources, the upgraded FRED now features a whole new look and feel, as well as a suite of new interactive functionality including:
New graphing options:
New sharing options:
Look and feel:
Additionally, FRED’s improved tool kit also features a customizable dashboard. The new FRED dashboard allows users to assemble a collection of widgets that can be shared, such as time-series FRED graphs, data tables, data lists and individual observations. The widgets can be set to automatically update or retain their static values.
The FRED family includes GeoFRED for mapping and ALFRED for archival data. These resources have produced an unparalleled platform accessed by over 2 million people per year from almost every country in the world.
To learn more about the FRED updates, see fredqa.stlouisfed.org/2013/11/20/introducing-the-latest-and-greatest-fred-graphs/
or by contacting the FRED Team at stlsFRED@stls.frb.org or (314) 444-8444.
Copyrighted Series Disclaimer
Most data series on FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) are in the public domain; however, some series are copyrighted. We cannot grant you permission to use the copyrighted series. Permission must be obtained from the copyright owner. For more information, see our FAQ and terms and conditions at https://research.stlouisfed.org/legal.html. A list of copyrighted series on FRED can be found at https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/search?st=copyright.