Research

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PUBLIC DATA

Data.gov

Data.gov

The U.S. federal government's portal for open data provides access to a lot of datasets and offers the option to browse by topics, such as health, public safety, and agriculture. The site also links to data collected by cities, counties, and states.

UNData

UNData

For projects with an international perspective, the United Nations' data portal not only provides access to international datasets on topics from agriculture to tourism, but also has links to the data portals for many countries around the world.

U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Education

This site collects data related to the Department of Education, which means that it offers a number of datasets that might interest students, librarians, and teachers. It also offers a link to the National Center for Education Statistics' Create-A-Graph tool, which is aimed at younger students.

Centers of Disease Control and Prevention

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Public health data can offer many interesting possibilities in working with data, and the CDC's website provides access to a variety of health topics and tools and resources related to the datasets.

Global Health Observatory Data Repository

Global Health Observatory Data Repository

For health data at a global level, you can also look to the World Health Organization's data site, called the Global Health Observatory. Here you'll find datasets of health problems around the world and related topics, such as air quality and road safety.

Open NASA

Open NASA

Space exploration is always an exciting and inspiring topic, so why not incorporate NASA's data and visualization activities? With the open datasets available on NASA's data portal, your data project can visualize meteorite landings.

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