Plattform AUSSDA bietet freien Zugang zu sozialwissenschaftlichen Daten - Welt - derStandard.at › Wissenschaft
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"Platform AUSSDA offers free access to social science data -
Team ensures data anonymization Vienna - The new data platform AUSSDA (Austrian Social Science Data Archive) wants to collect, archive and publish publicly accessible research data for further use. The goal is to start a data cycle, said Christian Bischof from the AUSSDA team. On Friday a demo version was presented at the University of Vienna. Although a solid data base is a prerequisite for empirical work in the social sciences, the results of scientific surveys were often unused after project completion and only accessible to a small group of people. The new data archive AUSSDA, which was initiated by the Universities of Vienna, Graz and Linz and financed by the Ministry of Science, will now simplify the reuse of high-quality data. On the one hand, existing collections such as Statistics Austria's microcensus will be transferred to a contemporary system, and on the other hand, new data sets from researchers and organizations will be integrated. - derstandard.at/2000068036503/Plattform-AUSSDAbietet-freien-Zanz-zu-sozialwissenschaftliche-Daten"