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University of Louisville and Oklahoma State University: LoDI National Index (LODINIM066N)

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University of Louisville and Oklahoma State University: LoDI National Index 2013-03-15 Current
 
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University of Louisville. Logistics and Distribution Institute 2013-03-15 2013-09-24
Oklahoma State University 2013-03-15 2013-09-24
University of Louisville. Logistics and Distribution Institute 2013-09-25 Current
Oklahoma State University 2013-09-25 Current
 
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University of Louisville: LoDI National Index 2013-03-15 2013-09-24
University of Louisville and Oklahoma State University: LoDI National Index 2013-09-25 Current
 
Units    

Index 2013-03-15 Current
 
Frequency    

Monthly 2013-03-15 Current
 
Seasonal Adjustment    

Not Seasonally Adjusted 2013-03-15 Current
 
Notes    

The index value ranges between 1 and 100. A value higher than 50 indicates healthy economic activity.

The LoDI Index uses linear regression analysis to combine cargo volume data from rail, barge, air, and truck transit, along with various economic factors. The resulting indicator is designed to predict upcoming changes in the level of logistics and distribution activity in the US and is represented by a value between 1 and 100. An index at or above 50 represents a healthy level of activity in the industry

The Greater Louisville and National LoDI Indices were developed by researchers at the University of Louisville. Please contact Dr. Heragu (sunderesh.heragu@okstate.edu), now IE&M Department Head at Oklahoma State University, or Dr. DePuy (depuy@louisville.edu) for additional information.

2013-03-15 Current
 

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