The World Bank’s new Open Data Initiative, launched April 20, 2010, made key data sets including the World Development Indicators, Africa Development Indicators, Global Finance Indicators, and Doing Business Indicators free for all.

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Below are applications or libraries written using World Bank data. Disclaimer: the World Bank Group is not responsible for and does not endorse the resources described below or the contents of their websites.

google Google's Public Data Explorer uses Google tools, including motion charts, to visualize and explore data from the World Bank and many other providers. more

Windows Azure Marketplace enables users to access rich premium and public domain data from leading providers like World Bank using tools like Excel and PowerPivot. more

Google The wbapi and wbquery Drupal modules provide request handling and views integration for the World Bank Data API. These modules make it easy to pull in data from the API and display it in custom "views". more Solutions has created a web application that uses Google's Visualization API to display indicators from the Bank's WDI dataset on a world map. more
stata wbopendata allows Stata users to download over 3,000 series of indicators from the World Bank databases. This module allows users live access to the databases using the API from within Stata. more


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