See this example properly formatted in the QUT Cite tool.
Standard in-text citation examples are in Getting started - In-text citation.
Title [Type of Medium]. Place of publication: Publisher. Year [cited year mon day] Available from http://www.xxxxx Notes
 Beer in Austria: Country Report Jun 2017 [Internet]. London: Euromonitor International. c2018 [cited 2018 Jan 30]. Available from http://libguides.library.qut.edu.au/databases/passportgmid by entering beer in Austria in the search box.
Use this format for reports that you have generated by manipulating datasets in a statistical database or database such as EIU Country Data.
The "Notes" element at the end of the reference is optional, and can be used when URLs are not directly addressable. If a URL is not directly addressable provide instructions for locating from the closest addressable URL e.g. "Available from: http://www.unimul.edu.au/mdi/ by using the Related Homepages link".
See also Statistical data from a database.