The ODISSEI – eScience Call 2021 supports social scientists who want to use digital techniques in their research and need help with this.
What can we learn about Dutch residential planning policy from past experience? In cooperation with Utrecht University, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) is researching the long-term effects of the VINEX policy.
Responsible Open Science – Workshop on the Fundamentals of Research Data Management for Social Scientists
In June, ODISSEI, CESSDA-ERIC and DANS organise a workshop on research data management for starting researchers in the social sciences.
The Platform Digital Infrastructure for Social Sciences & Humanities (PDI-SSH) launched its 2021 Call for Digital Infrastructure, for project that serve both the social sciences and the humanities.
On April 22, ODISSEI hosts an online workshop on CBS microdata and geospatial analysis, organised in collaboration with dr. Marco Helbich and dr. Hannah Roberts (UU). During this afternoon, attendees will learn more about the possibilities of CBS microdata for geospatial analysis.
In the beginning of 2021, ODISSEI and ASReview have started a collaboration to support researchers who wish to use this new digital tool for conducting systematic literature reviews at a much faster pace. ODISSEI’s Social Data Science Team (SoDa) will be available to support new use cases and they will work together with the ASReview…
The Netherlands eScience Center opens two new calls for proposals: the Open eScience call and the Collaboration in Innovative Technologies call. The Open eScience call offers researchers in-kind investment consisting of hours worked by Research Software Engineers (RSEs) from the eScience Center. The RSEs will work together with the successful applicants to improve or build…
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Recent research by dr. Hannah Roberts shows that exposure to a green environment is associated with a reduction of depressive symptoms. To come to this conclusion, Roberts has made use of CBS microdata, which she has combined with a survey and GPS data collection.
On 30 March from 12-13 pm (CET), prof. dr. Rens van de Schoot, professor of statistics at Utrecht University, will present on the open-source tool ASReview, that can help researchers find relevant literature at a much faster pace and increase the quality of their screening process.