As part of the Obama Administration efforts to facilitate private sector innovation and discovery as well as provide easy access to data, the launch of the Metadata Access Tool for Climate and Health (MATCH) has been released this week. This online tool created for researchers, offers centralized access to metadata ‐ standardized contextual information ‐ about thousands of government-held datasets related to health, the environment, and climate-science.
What you can do with Match:
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