The latest news of interest to the social science data community
Booking is now open for the Crime Surveys Users Conference on 8 December 2014 at Brettenham House in London.
The Office for National Statistics is inviting applications to use the secure microdata from the 2011 Census for England and Wales.
In 2015, the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) will commission a number of new methodological research projects.
Booking is now open for a one day introductory workshop looking at the initial stages involved in undertaking a research project using survey data from the UK Data Service collection.
The UK Data Service Census Support team is pleased to announce the
release of a major update to its services.
Booking is now open for the UK Data Service webinar aimed at librarians, on the 11 November 2014 at 2:00 pm.
Doing research or teaching on trade, debt and aid, maritime transport costs, globalisation or the insurance sector? If so, the UK Data Service may have the data you need.
The Centre for Energy Epidemiology Data Service (CEEDS) is conducting a data survey among expert practitioners operating in the energy demand sector and would like your input.
Attention developers, data visualisation designers and other innovative data lovers looking for untapped resources!
One of the advantages of preserving and archiving social data is that we can mark changes over time. Attitudes measured in surveys from 1970 give an indication of opinions before the first referendum for Scottish devolution in 1979, which fell short of the 40% required to establish a devolved Scottish Assembly.