Portal:Data for credit ratings
Data for credit ratings
This area is intended to be the container for all used data (checked and approved under the aspect of reliability) on Wikirating.
It concerns textual reports, direct (raw) data, as well as derived (computed) data files in a common and convenient format for computing.
 General Sources
- The World Factbook
- International Monetary Fund - Data and Statistics
- United Nations Statistics Division
- The World Bank - Data
- Bank for International Settlements - bank lending data
- The WEF Global Competitiveness Report - 2011–2012
- Marwan Elkhoury (2008) Credit rating agencies and their potential impact on developing countries, UNCTAD - No. 186
Report with examples of, mostly, overrating of countries (Table on p. 10) by the commercial rating agencies in the period 1997-2008
 Specific, downloadable (.xml or .csv) Sources
- Downloadable XML files of currency exchange rates against the Euro, historical time series since 2001.
 Derived Sources: Computed results from the Wikirating community
- Spiderweb plots showing current Wikirating sovereign credit ratings as well as Moody's,Fitch,Dagong,Standard & Poor's ratings in a glimpse,
for countries with at least one rating. The compound ratings are updated each 30 minutes.
- Download .csv file or view sovereign credit ratings table as collected on Wikirating (updated /30 min.)
- Download .csv file or view corporate credit ratings table as collected on Wikirating (updated /30 min.)
- Currency siblings Data plots for finding similar-trend currencies using correlation analysis.
 Rating: statistical methodologies, numerical methods
- Wikipedia - Combined ranking: How to merge several ranked lists into a single combined (compound) ranking
- Wikipedia - Cross validation: How to perform multiple tests for cross validating - e.g., for random selection of polling data and subsequent k-fold evaluation
- Wikipedia - Outlier detection: How to detect outliers, overview of outlier phenomena.