Data Bank

The Data Bank is the backbone of the services that BBER provides. BBER has developed and maintains a large database of New Mexico data. BBER is highly knowledgeable in identifying accurate data, as well as processing, formatting and maintaining large data sets. This ability to curate data is unlike any other data service in New Mexico. BBER has the ability to layer many types of data over each other in order to analyze and forecast trends and relationships between economic factors based on location. This data is collected and stored electronically through the Data Bank which also serves as an agency for New Mexico in the U.S. Census Bureau’s State Data Center program. 

Data Subscription Options: Access to data is available on an annual  fee based subscription. By subscribing to BBER's database service, you will recieve password protected access to a selected data sets.

Data Subscription: 

  • Access to multiple data sets of subscribers choice
  • Regularly Scheduled updates and maintenance by BBER
  • Annual Subscription 

Data and Maintenance Schedule:  BBER_AvailableData_2018.pdf

Access:  All public data including maps and data tables are posted to our website. Data not posted is available via data subscription. 

Data Bank Library:  The Data Bank houses a reference library collection. In addition to hard copy census reports for the US and New Mexico, dating back to the 1930s, the library also has historical data on CDs, sheet maps, and microfilm not available elsewhere; publications with socioeconomic data from other federal and state agencies; books, reports, and periodicals pertaining to national, regional, state, and local economic conditions; demographic research publications; and nearly all of BBER’s published studies. New information is received and disseminated exclusively in digital formats. 

The Data Bank Library is open to the public for reference use; a photocopier and scanner are available. The library collection can be searched through LIBROS, UNM’s online catalog (select UNM Department Libraries as part of the search). 

Data Bank Hours:  Monday, Wednesday, Friday                            8am – 12pm and 1pm – 5pm                                                                          Tuesday, Thursday                                                  8am – 12pm

Data Users Conference: Each year BBER hosts the NM Data Users Conference. This conference is for data users across the state. Please see the conference webpage for more information.

Contact us for further questions:

Phone: 277-6626