Consult the Library's Introduction to Finding Data and Statistics to learn about key data concepts, the difference between data and statistics, how to assess your data needs, where to find data sources, and how to cite data properly in your work.
Odesi is a Canadian social science data repository and online analysis tool. The service contains over 5,700 datasets curated by university libraries.
Odesi provides open and enhanced access to a variety of data collections such as Statistics Canada’s Data Liberation Initiative (DLI) public use microdata, historical datasets, and Canadian public opinion polls, including the Gallup Canada, IPSOS Canada, and the Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA).
Datasets are curated and described by staff at Canadian academic libraries using the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) metadata standard.
Index of quantitative information sources about Ontario that reflect the state of health of its populations and possible explanatory variables. It is not a data-access platform; it informs researchers about the data sources that are out there, the types of data that are in them, and how to contact data providers.
Addresses and monitors health care resources, the quality of health care, and disparities in health care services in the United States. From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Health Statistics.