We are a data infrastructure for the social science community in Austria and offer a variety of research support services, primarily data archiving and help with data re-use. We make social science data accessible, creating opportunities for research and data reuse, benefitting science and society.

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Dr. Judith Kohlenberger from the Institute for Social Policy (Vienna University of Economics and Business) and her colleagues examined the access to public health care and the psychosocial health of 515 Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees. The data of the nationwide cross-sectional survey "Refugee Health and Integration Survey (ReHIS)" are now available in...

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Have you ever wondered how social science questionnaires were formulated in Austria in 1955? What were main research fields in the 1980s? Are you looking for general election exit poll data from the 90s?

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AUSSDA attended this year's Dataverse Community Meeting at Harvard University to present pyDataverse, a newly developed tool for our data repository Dataverse, to 180 participants.

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As part of a project, Corinna Mayerl and her colleagues at SORA have developed 25 voter transition analyses based on the election results of all national elections in Austria since 1919. The election results are now available in the AUSSDA Dataverse.

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Scientific work is associated with many citations. Literature presents only one of many types of sources. But how does one cite data correctly?

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EOSC-Pillar will help to build the European Open Science Cloud, one of the most ambitious research infrastructure initatives of our time. AUSSDA at the Vienna University Library leads a work package, which surveys national open research data undertakings in five countries.

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