You can find data within an Open Data site by typing text into a search box or by searching the map. Both methods allow you to refine your results to help find the exact data you are looking for.
Use the search box to find data by keywords, or leave it blank to view all available datasets.
A way to refine the search results is to use the sort by option above the results list. This option allows you to sort by relevance, name, most recent datasets.
The left hand side of the search results page shows a list of facets to filter the data: tags, source, and content type. Select options from each of these facets to filter the data down to your desired selection.
Once you've done an initial search and found a dataset you like, you can find similar datasets. There are two ways to do this: through related data or with tags.
Some datasets might have a connected content section next to the related datasets. The content featured here are web maps that use the datasets. Clicking on these items will open the web map in a new tab and can offer new ways to explore the dataset.