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To access Project Management Journal to browse issues and articles you may need to visit the journal at the following URL:
Getting Started - introducing the Library
Your Subject - detailed advice for your specialist databases
Library Research Skills - using theses and journal rankings, advice for doctoral students
Management Library Guide - further support for your subject
Management School students also have access to FT.com. For information on how to access it, see our FAQ
For additional e-journal sources, see the E-Journals page.
Data sets provide raw or systemised research in the form of population, medical, economic or other data types, the process of 'data mining' refers to the process of discovering and interpreting data sets to obtain useful patterns, trends or other observations from data to develop new research theory. You may find existing data sets provide a useful contribution to your own research. Data sets are derived from prior scientific, economic, social or other research projects or major government or statistical agencies. Data sets may be unique or represent longitudinal studies over may years or decades. You should consult your tutors/ dissertation or thesis advisor regarding the academic appropriateness or usage of data sets.
Also see the Statistics tab for data sets provided by statistics agencies.
The following are freely available sources online, mostly including real time and some historical financial data:
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