On 23 February, the next online Microdata Meeting will take place, with a presentation of Lydia Geijtenbeek (Statistics Netherlands) on ‘Energy Poverty in Figures’.
Statistics Netherlands has created a file that describes energy poverty in the Netherlands through 4 different indicators. During her presentation, Geijtenbeek will show how these data have been constructed, how they can be used for social research, and how the already available data can be used to estimate the current levels of energy poverty.
ODISSEI will host its second Summer Institute in Computational Social Science in the Netherlands from 19-30 June, 2023. The purpose of the Summer Institute is to bring together PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, and early career researchers interested in computational social science.
The Summer Institute is for both social scientists and data scientists.
From 19 to 30 June, ODISSEI is hosting its second summer school at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. ODISSEI hopes to bring together PhD students, post-docs and early career social scientists and data scientists interested in computational social science using ODISSEI.
ODISSEI has granted LISS panel grants to five research projects. Read more about each project in this article.
A FAIR Implementation Profile (FIP) is a collection of resources, services, and technologies adopted by a community to implement the FAIR principles. This short article describes what FIPs are, why they should be used, and how a FIP can be initiated.
The ODISSEI SoDa team helps researchers develop tools for their research. Social psychologist Eftychia Stamkou approached them to discuss if and how it would be possible to develop a model that can distinguish conformist and non-conformist gender expressions in art.
On December 15, 12.00-13.00 ODISSEI is organizing an information session on how the national infrastructure can support researchers in their upcoming ERC or NWO funding application. During this session, dr. Kasia Karpinska, ODISSEI Scientific Manager, will sketch the opportunities present at ODISSEI and will answer the questions of the potential applicants.
On 3 November, the ODISSEI Conference 2022 took place. Read a report, take a look at the photos and the recorded sessions here.
Persistent Identifiers or PIDs allow us to uniquely identify digital research resources like publications and datasets, ensuring the resources remain accessible over time. This blog post takes you through the concept of PIDs, and how PIDs help make our research FAIR. The post also explains the different kinds of PIDs that currently exist for publications, datasets, people, organisations and grants.
On Tuesday 29th of november the FAIR Data Day will take place in Utrecht. The topic of the day will be “Reusing data to advance science”. In light of this topic, the ODISSEI portal team will present a session on “Harmonising Access Procedures for Sensitive Data”.