Data (in Czech language) from the Czech Household Panel Study has been archived in the online repository Nesstar.
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Czech Social Science Data Archive (CSDA) of the Institute of Sociology CAS organizes the workshop: Data Management in Social Science Research and GDPRtaking place on 5th December 2019, Ústav státu a práva AV ČR, Národní 18, Praha 1, conference hall, 7th floor Program Morning programme in Czech 8:45 – 9:00 Registration, coffee 9:00 – 9:45 Český sociálněvědní datový archiv: služby, projekty, data - Martin Vávra a Tomáš Čížek (ČSDA)
UK Data Service (UKDS) has prepared the ‘health-check’ software for numeric and survey data called QAMyData. The tool uses automated methods to detect and report on some of the most common problems found in data, such as missingness, duplication, outliers and direct identifiers. The webinar that will take place on Monday 2nd December will introduce this handy tool.
Panel discussion webinar, where data protection experts from across Europe will give their views on what changes the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brought for research, data archiving and data sharing and how researchers and institutions have implemented the GDPR. Brief presentations will be followed by an interactive panel discussion responding to questions from the audience.
The recording of the Data Discovery webinar that was organized by the CSDA team last week, is now available at the CESSDA website here.
Experts from the CESSDA Training Group invite participants to a very first free webinar dedicated to issues surrounding discovering research data. The webinar will provide valuable information to anyone carrying out research in the social sciences, humanities and in the life sciences.
The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) presented its new website. The newest functinality - large data catalogue - provides access to data and metadata from all member data archives. The website and data catalogue can be accessed here and here.
Date: Tue 13 Nov 2018 15:00 With Eurostat estimating that in 2015, 119 million people, or 23.8% of the EU population, were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, poverty remains an important research topic in the context of Europe. Hosted by the CESSDA training group, this one-hour webinar will explore data available for researching poverty and its impact.
International migration is an increasingly important research topic. The CESSDA Training Group therefore offers the introductory webinar for anyone interested in data on migration. The webinar will take place on Tue 15 May at 15:00. For more information and registration please click here. The presentation is available here.
Tuesday 29 May, 10am-3.45pm Venue: Academic Conference Centre, Husova 4a, Prague 1, Czech Republic