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DataM - Data on Agriculture, Trade and Models; a tool for flexible management, extension and integration of (model) databases

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In 2007, JRC-IPTS started to develop concepts for data consolidation, harmonisation and management together with external partners. Building on the experience of this project, JRC-IPTS began a second initiative in 2009, together with the PROGNOZ software company to design and implement a software platform for data harmonisation and management. The resulting product, DataM, is a database management tool intended to simplify the daily data work of analysts and modellers. DataM helpsfacilitates them feeding economic models with data, checking statistical information or analysing results.

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  • Sophie Hélaine & Mihaly Himics & Robert M'barek & Arnaldo Caivano, 2013. "DataM - Data on Agriculture, Trade and Models; a tool for flexible management, extension and integration of (model) databases," JRC Working Papers JRC81668, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
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    1. M'Barek, Robert & Philippidis, George & Suta, Cornelia & Vinyes, Cristina & Caivano, Arnaldo & Ferrari, Emanuele & Ronzon, Tevecia & Sanjuan Lopez, Ana & Santini, Fabien, 2014. "Observing and analysing the Bioeconomy in the EU – Adapting data and tools to new questions and challenges," Bio-based and Applied Economics Journal, Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA), vol. 3(1), pages 1-9, April.

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    agriculture; trade; models; harmonisation; management; modelling;

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