Queen's University Library provides access to a vast array of statistics and data spanning multiple disciplines. You'll find excellent current and retrospective statistics for Canada, the United States and international organizations. Thousands of survey and polling files can be searched for, explored, and downloaded for further analysis.
Data - Surveys and opinion polls
Data sets are available to test hypotheses, to generate custom tables, for use in statistical software such as SPSS, SAS, or Stata, and for analysis using regression, t-test, ANOVA, or other statistical tests.
- <odesi> - data repository for social science and polling data, including public use microdata files and aggregate data from Statistics Canada.
- Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) - archive for commercial and independent polling data back to 1970s. Access to CORA data is available through <odesi>.
- ICPSR - data archive with thousands of US and International surveys and polls.
Statistics - Facts and figures
Statistical resources are available as ready to use, analyzed data. They can include facts and figures, time series, tables, charts, and graphs ready to provide evidence or support an argument.
- Statistics Canada - search for Statistics Canada data, statistics, publications
- Census of Canada - search for online Census resources. Previous censuses resources are available back to 1996.
- Canadian Census Analyzer (CHASS) - Census profile data at various levels of geography back to the 1961 Census.
- Government of Canada Publications - find scanned print publications that contain statistics not yet available through Statistics Canada or other federal government websites.
- Data on racialized populations guide
- Postal Code Conversion File (PCCF/PCCF+)
- Fichier de conversion des codes postaux (FCCP/FCCP+)
- COVID-19 data resources
- Exploring CIHI's information resources
Expert advice is available when you need to identify, retrieve and use data and statistics whether they are freely available on the web or licensed. We will meet with individuals, groups and classes to help you identify and acquire the data and statistics you need.
- Course integrated teaching
- Specialized workshops
- Research consultations with groups and individuals
- Data planning, including archiving