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Ontario Data Documentation, Extraction Service and Infrastructure Initiative (<odesi>)

Established in 2007, <odesi> (Ontario Data Documentation, Extraction Service and Infrastructure) is a digital repository for social science data, including polling data. It is a web-based data exploration, extraction and analysis tool that uses the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) social science data standard.

<odesi> provides researchers the ability to search for survey questions (variables) across hundreds of datasets. The data is in different formats, such as microdata, Excel and B2020 files.

Top 10 downloads in <odesi> (Last month)

Survey IDCollectionJuly 2020
Canadian Community Health Survey, 2017-2018: Annual Componentcchs-82M0013-E-2017-2018-Annual-componentDLI60
Canadian Community Health Survey, 2015-2016: Annual Componentcchs-82M0013-E-2015-2016-Annual-componentDLI37
2016 Census of Population [Canada] Public Use Microdata File (PUMF): Individuals Filepumf-98M0001-E-2016-individualsDLI31
Canadian Community Health Survey, 2012: Mental Health Componentcchs-82M0013-E-2012-mental-healthDLI22
Canadian Perspective Survey Series 1: Impacts of COVID-19cpss-5311-E-series1DLI20
Labour Force Survey, June 2019 [Canada]LFS-71M0001-E-2019-JuneDLI17
Labour Force Survey, April 2020 [Canada]LFS-71M0001-E-2020-AprilDLI16
General Social Survey, Cycle 30, 2016 [Canada]: Canadians at Work and Homegss-12M0030X-E-2016-c-30DLI14

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