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. Since July 2020, we have been certified with the Core Trust Seal (CTS) as a "trustworthy data repository".

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We archive a variety of social science data. The AUSSDA Dataverse is divided into several collections. Find all data sets archived with us easily online! Our user guide helps you with finding and downloading the data.

Teaching and learning with AUSSDA data - discover our new Dataverse!

Are you a lecturer and would like to find suitable data sets for teaching with just one click? Or are you a student looking for data for your thesis? We have compiled relevant datasets for you in one place. Find the overview and recommendations from methods lecturers here!

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The project - a comprehensive collection of metadata on migration and minority studies in Europe - received the prize from the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.


What is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)? And what's in it for you as a researcher or citizen? Get answers in our podcast!


In their research, political scientists Bernd Schlipphak and Oliver Treib from the University of Münster analyse ideal conceptions of the EU that citizens of different member states have. In our interview, they discuss early results of their study – and why they are convinced of Open Science.


How did the Austrian population live and work in 2021? How did their attitudes, values and opinions change during the second year of the pandemic? Find the answers in the three new extensive survey data sets that are now available in our archive!


Get to know the AUSSDA team in Innsbruck and learn about the SSHOC Final Conference as well as new data sets.


Research data management is playing an increasingly important role at universities. To provide the best possible support for researchers in RDM, it is important to know what data they collect, use and generate. At the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Thomas Seyffertitz and Michael Katzmayr investigated the production and use of research...

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