Open data is data that is freely available in a convenient and modifiable form for anyone to use and redistribute as they wish without restrictions from copyright, patents or other restrains.
Technology has allowed Concordia to collect large amounts of data and information on a variety of topics, which the university feels should be accessible to all. Concordia’s Open Data Hub makes machine-readable data easy to access from a single point and free to reuse without copyright, patents or other restrictions.
Policy: OpenData Terms and Conditions
Who can use it?
Anyone - the OpenData service is available for use by the Concordia community and the general public.
How much does it cost?
There is no cost associated with this service.
How to get it
- To request a new dataset or offer your own dataset, contact the Service Desk.
- To obtain an API developer key, see the instructions available on the OpenData information page.
- For documentation, examples, and other resources, visit the Github repository.
- To report a bug in the system, contact the Service Desk.