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Open Data/Open Science
Resources to Help Understand, Access, and Utilize Open Data and Open Science
CODE, founded as the Center for Open Data Enterprise, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to maximize the value of open and shared data for the public good. This global resource must be developed and managed in ways that meet the needs of the people and organizations that use it.
Search 29.8 million datasets from domain-specific and cross-domain repositories. Mendeley Data is a secure cloud-based repository where you can store your data, ensuring it is easy to share, access and cite, wherever you are.
The Open Data Cube (ODC) is an Open Source Geospatial Data Management and Analysis Software project that helps you harness the power of Satellite data. At its core, the ODC is a set of Python libraries and PostgreSQL database that helps you work with geospatial raster data.
The ODI is a non-profit with a mission to work with companies and governments to build an open, trustworthy data ecosystem. They work with a range of organisations, governments, public bodies and civil society to create a world where data works for everyone.
The Open Data Network Community not only links members to high-value public information, but also provides a community platform to network participating organizations with one another, engage in discussion, and contribute to the cause of making data more accessible and usable.
The Open Data Inventory (ODIN) assesses the coverage and openness of official statistics to identify gaps, promote open data policies, improve access, and encourage dialogue between national statistical offices (NSOs) and data users.
OpenDOAR is the quality-assured, global Directory of Open Access Repositories. You can search and browse through thousands of registered repositories based on a range of features, such as location, software or type of material held.
A service of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), openICPSR is a self-publishing repository for social, behavioral, and health sciences research data. openICPSR is particularly well-suited for the deposit of replication data sets for researchers who need to publish their raw data associated with a journal article so that other researchers can replicate their findings.
Re3data is a global registry of research data repositories that covers research data repositories from different academic disciplines. It includes repositories that enable permanent storage of and access to data sets to researchers, funding bodies, publishers, and scholarly institutions. re3data promotes a culture of sharing, increased access and better visibility of research data.
Texas Open Data Portal provides access to a variety of state data covering recreation, business and the economy, government and taxes, social services, transportation, agriculture, education, energy and environment and more.