Lookup Table: Federal Finance

Data as of Jan 2024

Lookup table, to be left-joined against category and variable name in the other Federal Government Finance datasets if specified.

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How is this data produced?

This lookup table is not part of any standardised data dictionary; it was custom-made to serve the datasets on federal government finance made available via data.gov.my only.

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Dataset description

Lookup table, to be left-joined against category and variable name in the other Federal Government Finance datasets if specified.

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  • Variable Definition (MS)
Last updated:

13 Feb 2024, 00:01

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  • JANM
License

This data is made open under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). A copy of the license is available Here.

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Connect directly to the data with Python.

# If not already installed, do: pip install pandas fastparquet import pandas as pd URL_DATA = 'https://storage.data.gov.my/publicadmin/federal_finance_lookup.parquet' df = pd.read_parquet(URL_DATA) if 'date' in df.columns: df['date'] = pd.to_datetime(df['date']) print(df)

Sample OpenAPI query

The following code is an example of how to make an API query to retrieve the data catalogue mentioned above. You can use different programming languages by switching the code accordingly. For a complete guide on possible query parameters and syntax, please refer to the official Open API Documentation.
import requests import pprint url = "https://api.data.gov.my/data-catalogue?id=lookup_federal_finance&limit=3" response_json = requests.get(url=url).json() pprint.pprint(response_json)