You may find these sample data set modules useful as you explore what Analytica can do, and as inspiration or a starting point for your own models. They can be added to a model in any edition of Analytica, and cover a wide variety of topic areas. For instructions on how to add a data module to your model, see Import a module or library.
You can are also invited to contribute your own well organized and complete data sets as sources for the Analytica community to use. For how to do that, see Uploading Example Models.
Monthly oil price data from 1987 to 2018. Includes Brent and WTI prices.
Download: Oil price module
PM2.5 Concentration in Beijing
Hourly PM2.5 from the US Embassy in Beijing, China with relvant hourly meteorological data. The data cover 2010 through 2014. Available at: UCI Machine Learning Repository.
Citation: Liang, X., Zou, T., Guo, B., Li, S., Zhang, H., Zhang, S., Huang, H. and Chen, S. X. (2015). Assessing Beijing's PM2.5 pollution: severity, weather impact, APEC and winter heating. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 471, 20150257.
Download: Beijing air quality module
Cross-sectional data set surrounding wages from 1976 for 526 workers. Variables cover demographics, industry, and geography. Taken from "Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 6e" by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge, via https://rdrr.io/cran/wooldridge/f/
Download: Wage data module