Open Data

The Corporation is releasing open data to enable use in innovative and value-added ways. The machine readable data is open to use by programmers, researchers, students, hackers, builders, or anyone interested in the Museums’ collections and operations.

Developers are encouraged to have fun and mash up this unique and fascinating data:

The collection and research pages showcase highlights of the collection.

The Corporation’s open data is released under the Government of Canada Open Government Licence.

 

Artifact Open Data Set: mash up the past, map the future cstmc

Have some fun and mash up open data on unique Museum artifacts from the iconic to the innovative to the downright weird.

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Open Data Projects cstmc

See what independent developers have created using the Corporation’s open data.

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What is Open Data? cstmc

Open data is data in machine-readable format that can be freely used by anyone in new and unanticipated ways.

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Why release open data? cstmc

The Corporation is releasing open data to provide greater access to information about its collections and operations, and to support open science and open government.

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Open Data Licence cstmc

The Corporation’s open data is released under the Government of Canada Open Government Licence — you may reuse the data as long as you acknowledge the source.

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Contact Us cstmc

Contact the Corporation with questions, discoveries, or creations.

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