The Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center (HFRCC) is a collaboration between U-M Flint, U-M Ann Arbor, MSU and Community Partners. The goals of the HFRCC are to lessen burden on residents and facilitate community-academic collaboration by coordinating research related inquiries. As part of these efforts, the HFRCC has created an open data repository called Open Data Flint. Open Data Flint will serve as a central location for housing Flint-based data gathered from academic institutions, local organizations, and federal agencies. The data are made available to researchers, policy makers, general public, and others interested in Flint.
Data User Services
Open Data Flint provides the following services to assist data users:
- Identification of Flint-based data on specific topics
- Online analysis and infographics
- Assistance with retrieval and use of data files from Open Data Flint
- Bibliographic citations to publications based on data in Open Data Flint
- Information in understanding and using available data sets
Data Depositor Services
Open Data Flint provides the following services to assist data depositors:
- Technical assistance with data preparation
- Consultation on data collection to enhance the quality of the data for analysis
- Confidentiality reviews of data
Staff are available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., ET, Monday to Friday. Our goal is to respond to inquiries within 24 hours.
Open Data Flint staff strive to provide open and equitable access to all users as well as maintain a comprehensive storage of resources for data. If you are having any problems accessing information on the Open Data Flint site, or if you have suggestions for improving accessibility, please email us at email@example.com
Information on Open Data Flint staff is available in the Meet the Team section.