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Data Access

The University of Toronto Libraries offer a large collection of data access points to help you achieve your research goals. 

UTL Map & Data Library - The UTL Map & Data Library is divided into two major divisions; Maps & GIS and Data.  Here you can gain access to all that our vast coolection has to offer.

SimplyAnalytics - SimplyAnalytics is an online data mapping and reporting application which provides University of Toronto users with access to hundreds of demographic variables covering the Canadian population. These include detailed census, health, household spending, and other marketing related data.  Business location points and profiles are also available.  Click here for more info on SimplyAnalytics.

CHASS Census Analyzer - The Canadian Census Analyzer provides you with easy access to Census Profile Tables.

SDA@CHASS - Here you can search and complete numerous analysis, crosstabulations, and subsetting on Microdata surveys.

CANSIM@CHASS - Here you can access Multidimensional views, Time Series views, and access historical versons of CANSIM.

CANSIM@Stats Canada - Statistics Canada provides downloadable and searchable tables.  Time series are available in these tables that range across a variety of subjects.

Scholars GeoPortal - Is a tool to access geospatial datasets. The GeoPortal includes land-based vector data (water, cultural features, etc.), census geography, orthophotography, and more.

Dataverse@UTM - Here you can access the University of Toronto Mississauga weather station data from 1999-2001

<odesi> - This tool gives the user the ability to access, download, tabulate and analyze datasets. It is the product of a unique partnership between university libraries, business, and government.