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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.

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contains over 3,500 datasets for the social sciences, with more than 15,400 additional dataset descriptions available for searching.
Season-specific survival rates and densities of coastal cutthroat trout across stream sizes in southwestern British Columbia
A year-long mark-recapture study of coastal cutthroat trout in small streams near Vancouver, BC. Trout were sampled four times to provide three estimates of survival and growth rates, and four estimates of density. The best predictor of survival rate was average residual depth of pools during low-flow periods (summer).
Replication Data for: Feminist Men and Sexual Behavior: Analyses of Men's Sex with Women
Replication dataset
Replication Data for: Immigration Statistics in the Sessional Papers 1869 - 1882
Copy of Spreadsheet guide to Immigration statistics found in the Sessional Papers of the Canadian Parliament, 1869-1882. with URLs to Internet Archive, and other digital copies prepared by: Engstrom, Aurelia; Langrell, Kate; Schmidt,Katherine; Stankovic, Jelena; Szczesniak,Lucy; Tiong, Maggie and added to this study.[original prepared by INF2115 students at the University of Toronto: hdl:10864/10535]
Replication Data for: Current Surgical Treatment of Intermediate Risk Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: A Systematic Review
Surgical treatment of thyroid cancer has become less aggressive but for many patients, the threshold for performing total thyroidectomy (TT), as opposed to thyroid lobectomy (TL), has remained unclear. Current American Thyroid Association (ATA) guidelines encourage more individualization of treatment options, which necessitates explicit review of the pros and cons of the different options with patients. This review focuses on the extent of surgery for treatment of intermediate-risk differentiated thyroid cancer, restricted to relevant literature available after publication of the 2015 ATA guidelines.
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