Science and Engineering Indicators 2016 (Report + Data) Released by National Science Foundation
Science and Engineering Indicators 2016 was released today by the National Science Foundation’s, National Science Board.
This biennial report provides a broad base of high-quality quantitative data about the U.S. and international science and engineering enterprise.
Accompanying the report is the Science and Engineering Indicators Digest 2016, as well as the State Indicators data tool that enables interactive exploration of U.S. state-specific indicators in science and engineering. The complete content of this digital report is downloadable in PDF, with source data for tables and figures also available in a spreadsheet format. Figures are additionally available for download in a presentation-style format.
Resources Available Online Include:
Full Text Report (HTML) and/or Customize/Download Report (PDF)
2. State Indicators
3. Access/Download Data Files (PDF and .xlsx Formats)
4. Access All Figures Used in Report
5. Keyword Search Report
6. Access List of All Data Sources
7. Digest Report (HTML) ||| Digest Report (28 pages; PDF)
Data and images are also available for download.
Direct to Report Homepage: Science and Engineering Indicators 2016
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