knitr::opts_chunk$set( collapse = TRUE, comment = "#>" )

The `oenb`

R packages provides tools to access statistical data via the web service of the Austrian central bank (Oesterreichische Nationalbank, OeNB).

install.packages("oenb")

# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("franzmohr/oenb")

library("oenb")

A table of available data sets can be obtained with the function `oenb_toc`

. Its output contains the ID of the data set with a short description.

toc <- oenb_toc() head(toc)

Each data set contains a series of indicators. The function `oenb_dataset`

can be used to obtain a table of available series for a given data set. Its output contains the position code of a series and a short description.

overview <- oenb_dataset(id = "11") head(overview)

Many series are available in different forms. The function `oenb_attributes`

obtains a table of available query specifications of a given series.

attrib <- oenb_attributes(id = "11", pos = "VDBFKBSC217000") attrib

Furthermore, series are available in different frequencies. The function `oenb_frequency`

can be used to obtain the available frequencies of a given series and the periods, for which data are available.

freq <- oenb_frequency(id = "11", pos = "VDBFKBSC217000") freq

Series of a data set can be downloaded with the `oenb_data`

function.

series <- oenb_data(id = "11", pos = "VDBFKBSC217000", attr = c("dval3" = "AT"))

Metadata on a specific series can be obtained with the function `oenb_metadata`

.

meta <- oenb_metadata(id = "11", pos = "VDBFKBSC217000") meta

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