The Microdata Access Grant provides free access to CBS Microdata for researchers working at an ODISSEI member organisation. In the 2020 round of the MAG, eight projects were awarded, three more than in previous years. The next round of the Microdata Access Grant will open in spring 2021.
In the LISS call, researchers at one of the ODISSEI member organisations can apply for free data collection through the LISS panel.
As part of the development of the ODISSEI Portal, DANS is hiring a software engineer/integrator. Together with the project partners at VU and SURF, you will work on deploying a portal that provides uniform access to social science (meta)data from various large scale studies and several institutions, including CBS, CentERdata and DANS.
As of 1 July 2020, ODISSEI welcomes six new member organisations.
New issue of E-Data & Research is out.
What are the consequences of the corona crisis? How do Dutch patients feel about artificial intelligence? E-data research&data wrote an article on 12 current data collections in the LISS panel that ODISSEI recently honoured.
ODISSEI is one of the seven large scientific infrastructures to receive a NWO financing from the national Roadmap for Large-scale Research Infrastructures. The investment will be used to accelerate development of computational social science in the Netherlands over the next five years.
The goal of this project is to examine the socioeconomic and family-related drivers of suicidal behaviours of Dutch men and women.
This project will answer the question how school quality and standardization of track advice influence the impact of genes and family background on the educational outcomes of Dutch children.
In this project, the researchers take advantage of the shared genes and familial environment between siblings to test the association between educational failure and mental health, controlled for observed and unobserved confounders.