Government resource including broad coverage of: health topics, Evidence-based Practice Center reports, US government programs, research tools, data and statistics, grants, consumer health.
Provides quick demographic information, as well as links to programs, services, and legal assistance.
Data from state-wide telephone based health survey. Topics include health, housing, access to care, employment, insurance, food environment, etc. Access requires free AskCHIS account.
Data about California. Covers all areas, including demographics, education levels, health care, and industries. Use interactive tools on the site to create statistics.
Data and information specific to Medicare, Medicaid, or specific health care topics or settings of care.
Provides access to authoritative facts and statistics of national and regional significance in mainland China from 1949 to present.
Constructed as a snapshot to identify health issues at the county level.
Several atlases are available at this site that provide descriptions and statistics for the United States health care system. The reports are compiled by the Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences at Dartmouth Medical School.
Data repository run by the University of California. Find freely-available data sets for re-use, and deposit your own data set.
Data-Planet (formerly ProQuest Statistical DataSets) is an interactive database that allows users to create tables, maps, and figures from a variety data sources covering banking, criminal justice, education,energy, food and agriculture, government, health, housing and construction,industry and commerce, labor and employment, natural resources and environment, income, cost of living, stocks, transportation, and more.
Data-Planet is a very large dynamic repository with the ability to ingest massive amounts of statistical data combined with descriptive content and a robust suite of visualization, search, and analysis capabilities on a single platform.
Search data collected under the HealthyPeople2010 initiative with 427 objectives. National data with some information available at the state level.
Provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) and metadata for research data and a searchable database of full datasets, images, films, software, etc across all research areas. Good for finding raw datasets for analysis or obtaining a DOI for your own data.
An open source web application to share, preserve, cite, explore, and analyze research data from all different disciplines. Allows individuals to set up their own data repository. Good for satisfying funder requirements for data management.
Provides a searchable repository of sample data management plans for both public and private funding agencies. It has an interactive module for writing a data management plan. Good for finding guidelines for writing DMPs.
Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource. (Users in the U.S. users may prefer to use NCBI GenBank site for sequence retrieval). Also known as EMBL-Bank; constitutes Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource.
Searches across 39 molecular and literature database maintained by NCBI (the National Center for Biotechnology Information). Results are listed by database so a single search can lead to discover of different types of data. Good for a broad overview.
European Commission's database of statistics that enable comparisons between European countries and regions.
Website providing quick access to statistics related to topics of importance to public health. Statistics created by U.S. government and state agencies. Website maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics.
Data output repository. Includes datasets, posters, and presentations across arts and sciences.
Data tools with descriptions and corresponding agencies involved in research and activities related to children and families.
Latest edition of annual report on trends in health statistics published by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Search through publicly available data from national agencies. Search through datasets or by topic (community, health, quality, medicare, hospital, inpatient, national or state).
Search data collected under the HealthyPeople2020 intiative with 1,200 objectives. National data with some information available at the state level.
The Institute of Health Economics in Alberta Canada provides free access to web-based statistics generated by national and global agencies and research groups. Focus on Canadian and American statistics, with some international coverage.
Data, policy recommendations, and tools focused on child and family welfare curated by Anne E. Casey Foundation.
"Online access to reports, publications, and statistics related to public health in Los Angeles County. Instructions for obtaining birth and death certificates and finding health clinics."
Data collected by state cancer registries enable public health professionals to understand and address the cancer burden more effectively. CDC provides support for states to maintain registries that provide high-quality data.
The NIH's genetic sequence database of all publicly available DNA sequences. This database is not curated and all gene annotations are from the original submitter. Good for finding raw gene sequences.
Data sets and products from reports submitted to OSHPD by individual licensed healthcare facilities.
Archive of California's legislative information for dates 1993 to the present. Files available by using the Downloadable Database.
A listing of open access data repositories in all subject areas with a concentration on the sciences. Good for identifying data repositories for your own data or finding raw datasets.
A collection of legal tools and information for providing and using open data including sample open data commons licenses. This is good for when you have questions about sharing any of your datasets.
A directory of open access repository, you can search for repositories or repository contents. Good for identifying data repositories for your own data or finding raw datasets.
Online access to health news, health policies, health statistics, and other reports from around the world. Topics include quality of care, spending, value for money, financial sustainability, economics of prevention and public health, and pharmaceuticals
Maternal and infant health data for the United States at the state or regional level. Developed by the March of Dimes Perinatal Data Center.
Comprehensive source of cancer information. Contains: PDQ Cancer Information Summaries, Editorial Boards, Levels of Evidence, NCI Drug Information Summaries; NCI Dictionaries, Cancer Genetics Services. Selected content available in Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic.
Interactive mapping tool for viewing and creating maps displaying economic, health, and social data.
Bibliography of books, journal articles, and working papers on population topics. Access to material between 1986-2000.
A crowdsourced database of protocols in a wide-variety of biomedical research concentrations including animal techniques, histology, molecular biology, etc. Good for finding basic lab protocols.
Repository of chemical data focusing on biological activities of small molecules. Find physical, biological, and chemical properties, and relationships to health and disease.
Open access publications: PLOS One, PLOS Biology, PLOS Medicine, PLOS Genetics, PLOS Pathogens, PLOS Computational Biology, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Also includes other content such as Collections and Blogs.
This database is sponsored by RAND, the nation's leading think tank. Contains four State Collections by geographic region. 200 Social Science databases covering all 50 states, plus 80 detailed databases on California, 30 on New York, and 60 on Texas.
A global registry of research data repositories and contents. This registry can be used to search for a data repository or datasets. Good for identifying data repositories for your own data or finding raw datasets.