Here's an idea and a term to coin. Clocksite.
A clocksite is a website put together to establish or debunk any economic or social theory that makes predictions about some important occurrence or keeps track of some indicator of public interest.
The term originates from the now familiar practice of billboard advertisements which are calibrated at a certain rate to estimate some important metric of public interest, like the number of smokers who die from lung cancer, the estimated number of dead in war, the number of dollars in the federal deficit or most famously the 'number of minutes to nuclear holocaust'.
A clocksite however, would employ multiple metrics and varying types of analysis and would allow for a more sophisticated and nuanced analysis of the issue at hand. It might be open for collaboration or some officially sponsored by a partisan group.
As more open source tools become available to present analytic data on websites, we should expect more clocksites to follow the open publishing models that are now being experimented with by the folks at Swivel and ManyEyes. I have been interested in this matter for many years as I have been involved with building such sites with proprietary tools for business.