Publicly Available Datasets
This is a collection of reputable public datasets available from around the web. We are in the process of adding the functionality to filter the links based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals as well as adding an Industry filter. We aim to make access to data that will drive achieving the UN SDGs as simple as possible.
Research Data Australia helps you find, access, and reuse data for research from over one hundred Australian research organisations, government agencies, and cultural institutions.
Australian Research Data
UC Irvine currently maintains 592 datasets as a service to the machine learning community. Here, you can donate and find datasets used by millions of people all around the world!
Data.gov.sg is the Singaporean government’s one-stop portal to its publicly-available datasets from 70 public agencies.
Singaporean Government Data.gov.sg
All IMOS data can be discovered, accessed and downloaded via the AODN Portal. In order to make specialised data more usable to a wider audience, the AODN staff and Facilities have developed a number of data tools over the years.
Integrated Marine Observing System
NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) hosts and provides public access to one of the most significant archives for environmental data on Earth. They provide over 37 petabytes of comprehensive atmospheric, coastal, oceanic, and geophysical data.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
China Census Data – Annual Data, Statistical Database, Monthly Data, Quarterly Data, Annual Data, Census Data, Other Data
National Bureau of Statistics of China
The AIHW health and welfare data holdings are substantial, including more than 150 datasets.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Census Bureau is the leading source of quality data about the nation’s people and economy.
United States Census Bureau
The data AIMS collects are described in detail in the AIMS Data Catalogue. The catalogue contains descriptions of data (often called metadata) which allows others, including researchers, to identify potential data of use to them. Data can then be downloaded (if available) or requested. Access to some data will be via legal data agreement.
Australian Institute of Marine Science
ECDC’s main role as an agency of the European Union is to strengthen Europe’s defences against communicable diseases. In its first ten years, ECDC worked together with all EU/EEA countries in response to public health threats and emerging diseases.
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Wazimap is built on Wazimap, an open source platform by OpenUp and Media Monitoring Africa for making census data more understandable. Wazimap is based on Census Reporter which was funded by a Knight News Challenge grant.