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DASISH: The Big Picture

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Hans Jorgen Marker
Swedish National Data Service

DASISH is an EU FP7 funded project that brings together the five ESFRI infrastructures within social science and the humanities to provide common solutions to common problems. The five infrastructures are CESSDA, CLARIN, DARIAH, ESS and SHARE. Major areas that are addressed by DASISH include: occupation coding, questionnaire design, survey translation, question form and quality, survey management, deposit services, model for common deposit service, rules and guidelines for proper data management, trust federation for data access, robust PID service, improving metadata quality, joint metadata domain, workflow implementation, annotation framework, ethical and legal issues, creatin a legal and ethics competence centre, legal and ethical issues involved in data presentation. The results are being continuously presented in various workshops and through other channels. DASISH commenced in January 2012 and has results to report that are of interest to the IASSIST community.

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