Florida Statistical Abstract Online (FSAO)

Welcome to the Bureau of Economic and Business Research initial release of Florida Statistical Abstract Online. Our users can now begin accessing the same data historically available in print volumes such as the Florida Statistical Abstract.

FSA Online's currently published database consists of 3,368,441 data points which is contained in 111,177 time series. These time series comprise 3,422 variables for up to 519 locations since 1929.

Take a moment and preview some of the current features of the project.


Series of Data Based on Locality

Currently we are managing: 3422 variables. These include data at the state and county level for whatever time periods are available; some are reported by month and others by year. Annual time series go back at least 10 years, compared to only five in the print book.

Graph, Chart and Table Data Displays

Our data currently features time series displays though line graphs and tabular data. The line graphs can display a custom time frame by selecting a spot on the line and pulling over the time period you want; a button will appear that allows resetting. The blue table names on the left are clickable links that take you to the series catalog entry, which allows download of that series.

Summary and Category Displays

We have organized our data to provide an overview of available data series. Get started with the Summary of Florida or use the menu above to choose a county and category. Counties can also be selected from a map. More comprehensive listings are available in the Series Catalogs, Alphabetical or By Category.

Capture Raw Data for Your Own Use

All series are exportable and can be downloaded as a CSV file. You may download a series from the Series Catalog Listing by clicking the icon to the left of the series name. Clicking on the “Florida” line will download all counties as well as Florida, while choosing a county will download only that county’s data.


The Future of the Florida Statistical Abstract Online

More data series are continually added on a weekly basis. Our goal is to create an aggregated repository and become Florida's number one data source online. In the future we plan to start including data series going back to the first edition of the Florida Statistical Abstract from 1967. With improved graphing tools available soon, you'll be able to compare data of multiple localities or series together.