On Tuesday 19 February, an introductory meeting on the use of CBS Microdata was held at Statistics Netherlands (CBS) in The Hague. At the same meeting, the MAG call was launched to allow researchers free access to the CBS Microdata.
ODISSEI is looking for a national coordinator for the 10th measurement of the European Social Survey (ESS) in the Netherlands.
On Thursday 16 May 2019, SHARE Netherlands, member of the ODISSEI network, organizes a user workshop together with SHARE Germany. This workshop will include scientific presentations and practical sessions on how to get more out of the SHARE data.
On Thursday 7 March 2019, ODISSEI participant University of Groningen organizes an introductory meeting to ODISSEI. During this afternoon four speakers will highlight different aspects of the network, its developments and the possibilities it offers for researcher.
On Tuesday 19 February 2019, an introductory meeting on using CBS Microdata will be held, aimed at novice researchers. At the event, you will learn about available Microdata, the practical process of working with them and further requirements and costs.
As from the pilot year 2019, the ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) will annually provide five researchers working at an ODISSEI participant with free access to CBS Microdata. Novice researchers in particular are invited to submit their MAG proposals.
ODISSEI gladly welcomes two new participants: Nivel (Netherlands institute for health services research) and the TU Delft faculty of Architecture, who will both join per 1 January 2019.
Thanks to a new call, researchers at one of the ODISSEI participants could apply for free data collection through the LISS panel. This panel, managed by CentERdata, consists of some 7,000 individuals from approximately 4,500 households.
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) published a blog on the ODISSEI Data Facility (ODF). In this blog the institute introduces ODISSEI and explains their role in the development of the data infrastructure for the social sciences.
On the 6-7th November 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA) hosted its 3rd biennial conference on International Science Advice to Government. During this event, ODISSEI’s scientific director Pearl Dykstra gave a presentation on ODISSEI.