On the NICAR-L mailing list, Tim Henderson pointed to an HTML listing, at http://www.sec.gov/divisions/corpfin/organization/cfia.shtml
Matt scraped the data and posted it as a Google document.
Matt Jacob pointed to another potentially useful resource, a listing of what the SIC codes actually mean.
I'm clear you're looking for open data and NOT vendors, but I've found some of these vendors do give attribution to their sources and thus aid your search from their marketing materials:
Marine Vessel Traffic
Air Nav Systems
Marine Vessel ...
I scraped the SEC data at http://www.sec.gov/divisions/corpfin/organization/cfia.shtml and uploaded it as a Google Spreadsheet.
Since that page is dated 2006, it may not be necessary to run the scraper again any time soon, or if the data is updated, the scraper may not work any more, but here is the python script for reference. It requires the ...
I found this link:
Predictive Maintainance and Sensor Data Analytics
Data from a semi-conductor manufacturing process
Key facts: Data Structure: The data consists of 2 files the dataset file SECOM consisting of 1567 examples each with 591 features a 1567 x 591 matrix and a labels file containing the classifications and date time stamp for each ...
Data about imports and exports to the United States is available at several sources, but not necessarily at the shipping container level. You can see:
U.S. international trade in goods and services since 1960 from the U.S. Census (open data)
There are two sources referenced by @szxk earlier, which provide more detailed data, but are only free for the ...
The National (US) Renewable Energy Laboratory provide open-source LCI (Life Cycle Inventories) for products, which contain inputs to and outputs from production of products.
From the "on the project" page:
The U.S. Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) Database is a publicly available database that allows users to objectively review and compare analysis results ...
Here are some more interesting ones:
The Ropes at Disney (1943)
Interestingly constructed with a rope going throughout the document; women at the time had 10 sick days and men only 5.
A fun read on the flat organization front and approach to employee development.
The Motley Fool
Website designed for easy policy information dispersal.
Is there any mapping between the two?
There exist miscellaneous services, e. g. this one.
However, I guess you are looking for a whole dataset, according to the scope of this site.
On this page, I have found the following links:
2002 NAICS to 1987 SIC
1987 SIC to 2002 NAICS
The page also contains mappings between different versions of NAICS. Thus, one ...
The data is not apparently available as a downloadable dataset, but there are some documents and visualizations available.
A great visualization of all the Coca Cola facilities (and an associated KML file -- thanks @philshem)
Coca-Cola's description of the facilities in the network
Overall performance of the facilities in the annual Sustainability Report
Here are some of my findings.. no one source, lots of looking all over the net:
Search for "factory" on http://www.asu.edu/lib/archives/smedforeign.htm
"Chinese factory workers have spiritual faces--faces filled with suffering."
1930s Photographer: Agnes Smedley Agnes Smedley Collection
MSS-122 Vol. 39
It might be worth searching Europeana or the Digital Public Library of America. For DPLA particularly, keep your eye on the left-hand sidebar for lists of collections; you may find a stash you wouldn't otherwise have known existed.
IBM has a product called maximo. They have a demo web site that has demo data.
You want to log in, then from the go to menu select assets > assets
I have found two tech companies that have published their handbook online:
A remote-only company that's developing an alternative to github for IT development. The company is dedicated to being open and transparent, and by default all they make everything publically available (except for "financial information, legal, job applications/compensation/...
The BEA data for GDP by industry/sector is part of the National Income Products and Accounts (NIPA) tables and is the definitive source for this data. These GDP figures are calculations based on data collected by the Census Bureau including the Annual Survey of Manufacturers (ASM). The ASM data doesn't have a "GDP" field because it is showing data 1) as ...
You could try the Census Annual Survey of Manufacturers, County Business Patterns, or Statistics for U.S. Employer Firms. The advanced search function allows you to browse it based on NAICS code, and has three, four, and six-digit codes listed: https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/searchresults.xhtml?refresh=t
The Annual Survey specifically ...
I found it here: https://www.dnb.com/utility-pages/dnb-demographic-firmographic-code-tables.html:
There are 2,4,6,8-digit SIC, Local Activity Type, and NAICS.
Here is a link to a dataset of businesses from Paducah, KY, which include a SIC designation.
I'm not exactly sure what's going on with these industry codes. I looked into it briefly and since it's a six-digit code I'm wondering if it's not reflecting the NAICS 2017 revision or some other weird industry code. I didn't name the columns so I'm not sure what ...
The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) released a report (Sept 2017) and data called
Phase-out 2020: Monitoring Europe’s fossil fuel subsidies
The EU and all its Member States have committed to phasing out environmentally harmful subsidies, including those to fossil fuels, by 2020. European governments have made parallel pledges to end inefficient ...
These data are compiled in the annual Wohlers Report, which is US $495.
There is no free source for these sales figures if you need a comprehensive dataset. I would call or email Wohler's Associates and ask if there is a research/academic edition available; it's a small company and friendly to work with.