Data Services

K-State Libraries' Data Services aims to support the campus research community by offering assistance in

  • finding, understanding, and managing data and statistics 
  • developing and evaluating data and management plans
  • connecting researchers to data storage in our institutional repository

Appointments & Instruction

We offer a variety of services to support the campus research community, including online assistance, face-to-face consulation, and classroom instruction. For assistance with your research endeavors contact the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship to ask a question or schedule an appointment. 



Data Services has compiled a list of resources to help you succeed in your research endeavors.


U.S. Census

K-State Libraries is proud to be a State Data Network Coordinating Agency. The State Data Center (SDC) Program is a cooperative program between the state and the Census Bureau that makes data available to the public through a network of agencies. Types of questions routinely asked are:
  • What was the racial composition of Manhattan from 1870 - 2010?
  • What is the median household income by census tract for the city of Denver?
  • Has there been any change in the percent of male librarians in the US from 1950 until today?
Last updated: 08/18/2015