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The DataM portal provides access to interactive factsheets and raw datasets, in general resulting from the scientific output of the JRC and its partners in the area of agro-economics.

The portal can also be used to give access to datasets produced by other organisations, that have been subject to JRC elaborations that aim to harmonise datasets of different origin and facilitate their comparison.

In these cases, the data warehouse tool explicitly highlights the data that are calculated by the JRC.

Confidentiality

DataM contents are, in principle, publicly available; it is explicitly a media for the public diffusion of scientific outcomes.

DataM might also be used to share data their displays among restricted groups (i.e. certain Commission services and/or scientific circles).

This can be the case for provisional data that are still being developed or are subject to a license.

In order to access restricted content, users must be authorised through an EU Login account.

The EU Login account is available by default to all Commission staff, and can be obtained by all citizens through a simple registration procedure accessible by clicking on "Sign In" on the top-right corner of this page.

The attribution of access rights for restricted DataM contents is managed by JRC-DATAM@ec.europa.eu

DataM datasets and visualisations do not contain personal data.

Citation

The JRC recommends using the following citation whenever data is published:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "<dataset name>" accessed on dd/mm/yyyy.

Example:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "JRC - Biomass uses and flows" accessed on 02/02/2017.

Users intending to publish DataM contents based on data of providers that are external to the European Commission must respect the data re-dissemination policies of the original data providers.

The acronym of the original producer of the data is always indicated as the first part of the dataset name.

For example "DG AGRI – Short term outlook" contains data produced by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Why to cite?

Citing is not only good practice, but is also a necessity, because:

  • It gives value to your work by mentioning recognised sources
  • It recognises the efforts of data authors and of the providers of the JRC DataM portal
  • It allows your readers to trace your sources
  • It helps avoid plagiarism

Disclaimers

The views expressed in DataM may not under any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the European Commission.

The designations employed and the presentation of materials in DataM do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the European Commission concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

Where the designation "country" or "area" appears on this website, it covers countries, territories or areas.

Maps and other geographical representations used in this website do not take into account the evolution of boundaries during the period encompassed by the data, and adopt a pragmatic approach to boundary disputes, without supporting any opinion in this regard.

For the general principles concerning all the websites of the europa.eu domain, please refer to the European Commission's legal notice.

Copyright

Standard European Commission principles of the Europa web site, apply also to the DataM site.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all photos in this website are licensed under the "No Rights Reserved" CC0 framework.

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Legal notice

Contents

The DataM portal provides access to interactive factsheets and raw datasets, in general resulting from the scientific output of the JRC and its partners in the area of agro-economics.

The portal can also be used to give access to datasets produced by other organisations, that have been subject to JRC elaborations that aim to harmonise datasets of different origin and facilitate their comparison.

In these cases, the data warehouse tool explicitly highlights the data that are calculated by the JRC.

Confidentiality

DataM contents are, in principle, publicly available; it is explicitly a media for the public diffusion of scientific outcomes.

DataM might also be used to share data their displays among restricted groups (i.e. certain Commission services and/or scientific circles).

This can be the case for provisional data that are still being developed or are subject to a license.

In order to access restricted content, users must be authorised through an EU Login account.

The EU Login account is available by default to all Commission staff, and can be obtained by all citizens through a simple registration procedure accessible by clicking on "Sign In" on the top-right corner of this page.

The attribution of access rights for restricted DataM contents is managed by JRC-DATAM@ec.europa.eu

DataM datasets and visualisations do not contain personal data.

Citation

The JRC recommends using the following citation whenever data is published:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "<dataset name>" accessed on dd/mm/yyyy.

Example:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "JRC - Biomass uses and flows" accessed on 02/02/2017.

Users intending to publish DataM contents based on data of providers that are external to the European Commission must respect the data re-dissemination policies of the original data providers.

The acronym of the original producer of the data is always indicated as the first part of the dataset name.

For example "DG AGRI – Short term outlook" contains data produced by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Why to cite?

Citing is not only good practice, but is also a necessity, because:

  • It gives value to your work by mentioning recognised sources
  • It recognises the efforts of data authors and of the providers of the JRC DataM portal
  • It allows your readers to trace your sources
  • It helps avoid plagiarism

Disclaimers

The views expressed in DataM may not under any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the European Commission.

The designations employed and the presentation of materials in DataM do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the European Commission concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

Where the designation "country" or "area" appears on this website, it covers countries, territories or areas.

Maps and other geographical representations used in this website do not take into account the evolution of boundaries during the period encompassed by the data, and adopt a pragmatic approach to boundary disputes, without supporting any opinion in this regard.

For the general principles concerning all the websites of the europa.eu domain, please refer to the European Commission's legal notice.

Copyright

Standard European Commission principles of the Europa web site, apply also to the DataM site.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all photos in this website are licensed under the "No Rights Reserved" CC0 framework.

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DataM - Legal notice - European Commission

Legal notice

Contents

The DataM portal provides access to interactive factsheets and raw datasets, in general resulting from the scientific output of the JRC and its partners in the area of agro-economics.

The portal can also be used to give access to datasets produced by other organisations, that have been subject to JRC elaborations that aim to harmonise datasets of different origin and facilitate their comparison.

In these cases, the data warehouse tool explicitly highlights the data that are calculated by the JRC.

Confidentiality

DataM contents are, in principle, publicly available; it is explicitly a media for the public diffusion of scientific outcomes.

DataM might also be used to share data their displays among restricted groups (i.e. certain Commission services and/or scientific circles).

This can be the case for provisional data that are still being developed or are subject to a license.

In order to access restricted content, users must be authorised through an EU Login account.

The EU Login account is available by default to all Commission staff, and can be obtained by all citizens through a simple registration procedure accessible by clicking on "Sign In" on the top-right corner of this page.

The attribution of access rights for restricted DataM contents is managed by JRC-DATAM@ec.europa.eu

DataM datasets and visualisations do not contain personal data.

Citation

The JRC recommends using the following citation whenever data is published:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "<dataset name>" accessed on dd/mm/yyyy.

Example:

Source: DataM, provided by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
Dataset "JRC - Biomass uses and flows" accessed on 02/02/2017.

Users intending to publish DataM contents based on data of providers that are external to the European Commission must respect the data re-dissemination policies of the original data providers.

The acronym of the original producer of the data is always indicated as the first part of the dataset name.

For example "DG AGRI – Short term outlook" contains data produced by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Why to cite?

Citing is not only good practice, but is also a necessity, because:

  • It gives value to your work by mentioning recognised sources
  • It recognises the efforts of data authors and of the providers of the JRC DataM portal
  • It allows your readers to trace your sources
  • It helps avoid plagiarism

Disclaimers

The views expressed in DataM may not under any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the European Commission.

The designations employed and the presentation of materials in DataM do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the European Commission concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

Where the designation "country" or "area" appears on this website, it covers countries, territories or areas.

Maps and other geographical representations used in this website do not take into account the evolution of boundaries during the period encompassed by the data, and adopt a pragmatic approach to boundary disputes, without supporting any opinion in this regard.

For the general principles concerning all the websites of the europa.eu domain, please refer to the European Commission's legal notice.

Copyright

Standard European Commission principles of the Europa web site, apply also to the DataM site.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all photos in this website are licensed under the "No Rights Reserved" CC0 framework.

Please wait...
Exception '' occured!
Please wait...
Session lost

Your session expired. Please, click the button below to be redirected to the home page.

Cookies

DataM uses cookies to deliver superior functionality and to enhance your experience on the website. Read about how we use cookies and how you can control them here.

Continued use of this site indicates that you accept this policy...