Embracing the 'Data Revolution': Opportunities and challenges for research

Host city: Bergen

Host: NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data

Dates: May 31 - June 3, 2016

Ordinal: 42

Conference website


2016-05-31: Workshops

Intro to Python for Data Wrangling
Tim Dennis (University of California San Diego)

10,000 Steps a Day! A Journey in Data and GIS Literacy Using Non-traditional Data Sources, for the New Data Professional
Michelle Edwards (Cornell University)
Quin Shirk-Luckett (University of Guelph)
Teresa Lewitzky (University of Guelph)

Text Processing with Regular Expressions
Harrison Dekker (University of California Berkely)

Using Stata for Data Work
James Ng (University of Notre Dame)

Automating Archive Policy Enforcement Using Dataverse and iRODS
Jonathan Crabtree (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Helen Tibbo (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Digital Data Harmonization with QuickCharmStats Software
Kristi Winters (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Creating GeoBlacklight Metadata: Leveraging Open Source Tools to Facilitate Metadata Genesis
Andrew Battista (New York University)
Stephen Balogh (New York University)

Teaching Research Data Management Skills Using Resources and Scenarios Based on Real Data
Veerle Van den Eynden (UK Data Archive)
Jared Lyle (ICPSR)
Lynette Hoelter (ICPSR)
Brian Kleiner (FORS)

Visualizing Data in R with ggplot2 and ggplot3
Alicia Hofelich Mohr (University of Minnesota)
Thomas Lindsay (University of Minnesota)

2016-06-01: Plenaries

Plenary 1: Data for decision-makers: Old practice - new challenges
Gudmund Hernes (Fafo Institute; BI Norwegian School of Management)

Plenary 2: Embracing the 'Data revolution': Opportunities and challenges for research, or what you need to know about the data landscape to keep up to date
Matthew Woollard (UK Data Archive/ UK Data Service)

2016-06-01: 1A: Vintage data/Data rescue

Digitising 100 Years of Parliamentary Data - An Exercise in Producing a Living Digital Record of Political History
Samuel Spencer (Parliamentary Libaray/Commonwealth of Australia)

Vintage Is Just a Cooler Word for Old: Salvaging the SSLS/SYPS
Laine Ruus (University of Edingburgh)

Data Survival on a Seemingly Deserted Island?
A. Michelle Edwards (Cornell University)
Berenica Vejvoda (McGill University)

2016-06-01: 2D: Data sharing behavior

A Game Theoretic Analysis of Research Data Sharing
Tessa Pronk (Utrecht University)

Data Sharing Behavior: the Sociology of Data Sharing
Alexia Katsanidou (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Wolfgang Zenk-Moltgen (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Data Sharing and Data Citation: Linking Past Practices and Future Intentions
Steven McEachern (Australian Data Archive)
Janet McDougall (Australian Data Archive)

2016-06-01: 3G: Big data, big science

Data science: The future of social science?
Aidan Condron (UK Data Archive)

Social Media Data in the Academic Environment: Two Institutions and One Big Provider
Stephanie Tulley (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Tim Dennis (University of California, San Diego)
Shari Laster (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Annelise Sklar (University of California, San Diego)

Managing 'Big Data' in the Social Sciences: The Contribution of an Analytico-Synthetic Classification Scheme
Suzanne Barbalet (UK Data Archive)
Ben Newman Wright (UK Data Archive)
Rafal Kulakowski (UK Data Archive)

2016-06-01: S2: Don't hate the player, hate the game

Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Game: Strategies for Discussing and Communicating Data Services
Terrence Bennett (College of New Jersey)
Shawn Nicholson (Michigan State University)
Joel Herndon (Duke University)
Rob O'Reilly (Emory University)

2016-06-01: 1D: Data protection: Legal and ethical review

The Administrative Data Research Network's Citizen's Panel - A Step towards Bridging Public Concerns about Research Using Administrative Data
Judith Knight (Adminstrative Data Research Network)

'Sorry, that doesn't seem to fit?': Using Traditional Ethical Review Processes to Screen Administrative Data Projects
Carlotta Greci (UK Data Archive)

Legal and Ethical Framework for Research in Europe
Katrine Segadal (NSD)
Vigdis Kvalheim (NSD)

2016-06-01: 2F: Building capacity for RDM across disciplines

Where Do We Start and Where Are We Going? Bringing Data Curation to the Federal Reserve
San Cannon (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City)

Experiences from An Interdisciplinary, Long-term Research Project: Research Data Management and Services for the CRC/TR32
Constanze Curdt (University of Cologne)

Translating the DMP Process for Researchers with Images: It's Not Your Grandpa's Slide Carousel Anymore
Paula Lackie (Carleton College)
Berenica Vejvoda (McGill University)
K. Jane Burpee (McGill University)

2016-06-01: 3A: Opening up open data

Open data and citizen empowerment: Opening National Food Survey data
Sharon Bolton (UK Data Archive)

Infrastructures for the Data Revolution: How OpenAIRE supports the ECs Open Access and Open Data Policies
Tony Ross-Hellauer (OpenAIRE/Uni Goettingen)
Alen Vodopijevec (OpenAIRE/Institut Ruder Boskovic)

101 cool things do with open data - running an App challenge
Louise Corti (UK Data Archive)

2016-06-01: 3F: Technical data infrastructure frameworks

MMRepo - Storing qualitative and quantitative data into one big data repository
Ingo Barkow (HTW Chur)

The CESSDA Technical Framework - what is it and why is it needed?
John Shepherdson (UK Data Archive)

Archonnex at ICPSR - Data Science Management for All
Thomas Murphy (ICPSR - University of Michigan)
Harsha Ummerpillai (ICPSR - University of Michigan)

2016-06-01: 1G: Data services: Setting up and evaluating

Maturity Model for Assessing Data Infrastructures - CESSDA as Example.
Marion Wittenberg (DANS)
Mike Priddy (DANS)
Trond Kvamme (NSD)
Maarten Hoogerwerf (DANS)

Roper@Cornell: TheComplexities of Moving the World's Largest Archive of Public Opinion Data to Its New Home at Cornell University
William Block (Cornell University)
Tim Parsons (Roper Center)
Brett Powell (Roper Center)

Emerging data archives: Providing Data Services with Limited Resources
Aleksandra Bradic-Martinovic (Institute of Economic Sciences)
Marijana Glavica (University of Zagreb)
Vipavc Brvar (Slovenian Social Science Data Archive)

2016-06-01: 1I: Teaching data

A Proposed Scaffolding for Data Management Skills from Undergraduate Education through Post Graduate Training and Beyond
Megan Sapp Nelson (Purdue University)

Data Management... in Writing Studies? A Case Study of Collaboration and Outreach
Alicia Hofelich Mohr (University of Minnesota)
Alice Motes (University of Minnesota)

What Is Your 'Unit of Analysis' And, More Importantly, Why? New Tools And Methods for Teaching Undergraduate Social Science Students to Think about Data.
Parvaneh Abbaspour (Lewis Clark College)
E. J. Carter Lewis (Lewis Clark College)

2016-06-01: 2B: Partners in research data management

The Erasmus Centre for Strategic Competitiveness Research (ECSCR) Data Centre
Paul Plaatsman (Erasmus Data Service Centre)

Embedding Metadata in the Research Process - Archives as Partners in Data Production
Steven McEachern (Australian Data Archive)
Janet McDougall (Australian Data Archive)
Heather Leasor (Australian Data Archive)

Community Data Repositories Working with Libraries: Harvard Dataverse Use Case
Eleni Castro (Harvard University)

2016-06-01: 3H: DDI applications for data access

Experimenting with DDI-L at the French Center of Socio-Political Data (CDSP)
Alexandre Mairot (CDSP - SciencePo)
Alina Danciu (CDSP - SciencePo)

The UK Data Service Variable and Question Bank: Use Cases and Future Enhancements
Hersh Mann (UK Data Archive)

The DASISH Questionnaire Design Documentation Tool: a tool for documenting questionnaire design under development
Hilde Orten (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))
Stig Norland (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))
Dag Ostgulen Heradstveit (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))
Knut Kagraff Skjak (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))

2016-06-02: 1C: Data appraisal/selection

Data-Seeking Behavior of Economics Graduate Students: If you buy it, will they come?
Eimmy Solis (New York University)

You are the potter, data sets are the clay: Shaping a collection of small data sets
Karen Hogenboom (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Michele Matz Hayslett (Universityof North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

A !!! Data-Driven Approach to Selecting and Curating Content at a Domain Repository
Justin Noble (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research)
Amy Pienta (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research)

Your Data Wish is Granted: Establishing a Library Data Grants Program at the University of Michigan
Mara Blake (University of Michigan)

2016-06-02: 2C: Promoting research data sharing

Incentivize Replication in Economics - Can Data Journals Help?
Ralf Toepfer (ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics)

Improving Research Data Sharing by Addressing Different Scholarly Target Groups: Individual Researchers, Academic Institutions, Or Scientific Journals
Monika Linne (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

The Role of Case Studies in Effective Data Sharing, Reuse and Impact
Rebecca Parsons (UK Data Service)
Scott Summers (UK Data Service)

How to Convince Researchers of the Usefulness of Data Archiving - The Data Archive in Finland (FSD) as a Case Study
Annaleena Okuloff (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Katja Falt (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)

2016-06-02: 2G: Research data management infrastructure and service models

Developing Human Infrastructure to Support Research Data Management Services
Christie Peters (University of Kentucky)

Supporting the Development of a National Research Data Discovery Service - a Pilot Project
Stuart Macdonald (University of Edingburgh)

Modularizing Archive Services in the Social Sciences
Oliver Watteler (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Research Data Management Tools and Workflows: a Report from the Front
Cristina Ribeiro (University of Porto)
Joao Rocha da Silva (University of Porto)
Joao Aguiar Castro (University of Porto)
Ricardo Carvalho Amorim (University of Porto)
Joao Correia Lopes (University of Porto)
Gabriel David (University of Porto)

2016-06-02: 3D: Data curation: Active phase data management

Sharing code and research data with iPython notebooks
Sandra Schwab (University of Alberta)

Electronic lab notebooks: A solution for active-phase data management
Katherine McNeill (MIT)

The UK Data Service's Unified User Interface - a framework to provide a consistent user experience for data and metadata management
Ashley Fox (UK Data Archive)

Annotation for Transparent Inference (ATI): Selecting a platform for qualitative research based on individual sources
Colin Elman (Syracuse University)
Nicholas Weber (University of Washington)
Diana Kapiszewski (Georgetown University)
Sebastian Karcher (Syracuse University)
Dessislava Kirilova (Syracuse University)
Carole Palmer (University of Washington)

2016-06-02: 1S1: Embracing databrarianship: Professional opportunities and challenges

Embracing Databrarianship: Professional Opportunities and Challenges
Lynda Kellam (University of North Carolina, Greensboro)
Kristi Thompson (University of Windsor)
Hailey Mooney (University of Michigan)
Amber Leahey (Scholars Portal)
Joel Herndon (Duke University)
Rob O'Reilly (Emory University)
Walter Giesbrecht (York University)

2016-06-02: 1B: Data collection challenges

Collecting Community Experiences of Conflict
Celia Russell (JISC)

Social Science Archive Meets Historians
Martin Vavra (Czech Academy of Sciences)

The Happiness Analyzer: A Proposed Solution to the Challenges of Measuring Well-Being in Developing Countries
Paula Lackie (Carleton College)
Kai Ludwigs (Happiness Research Organisation)
Faress Bhuivan (Carleton College)

2016-06-02: 2H: Research replication promotion and service development

Reuse of Research Data - Re-Writing the Economic History of Denmark Using Research Data
Steen Andersen (Danish Data Archive)

Reproducible Research: A Replication Server for the Social Sciences
Natascha Schumann (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Journals in Economic Sciences: Paying Lip-services to Reproducible Research?
Sven Vlaeminck (ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics)
Felix Podkrajac (Oldenburg University)

Roles for the Data Services Community in Promoting Openness and Integrity in Social Science Research.
Harrison Dekker (University of California, Berkeley)

2016-06-02: 3C: Metadata driven systems

Establishing an integrated data sharing process for micro- and metadata at Deutsche Bundesbank
Anja Treffs (Deutsche Bundesbank)
Meike Becker (Deutsche Bundesbank)

Metadata for discovery systems
Wendy Thomas (Minnesota Population Centre)
Dimitar Popovski (Gothenburg University)
Mikko Saloila (Statistics Finland)
Andreas Franken (German Centre for Research on Higher Education and Science Studies)
Alexandre Mairot (SciencePro)
Michelle Edwards (Cornell University)

Making Nordic health data visible
Dag Kiberg (Norwegian Centre for Research Data(NSD))
Mari Kleemola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Annaleena Okuloff (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Bodil Stenvig (Danish Data Archive)
Jeppe Klok Due (Danish Data Archive)
Elisabeth Strandhagen (Swedish National Data Service)
Martin Brandhagen (Swedish National Data Service)

2016-06-02: S3: Data curation for quality and reporducibility

Data Curation for Quality Reproducibility
Thu-Mai Christian (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Sophia Lafferty-Hess (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Limor Peer (Yale University)
Florio Arguillas (Cornell University)
William Block (Cornell University)

2016-06-02: S5: CESSDA sets the stage fro data infrastructure of the future

CESSDA Sets the Stage for the Data Infrastructure of the Future
Vigdis Kvalheim (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))
Rory Fitzgerald (SERISS)
Elena Sommer (SERISS)
Ivana Ilijasic Versic (CESSDA/ big Data Europe)
Mari Kleemola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)

2016-06-02: Poster Session

Integrated Environment for Social Research Data Analysis: DDIR
Yasuto Nakano (Kwansei Gakuin University)

A tale of two services
Carol Perry (University of Guelph)
Michelle Edwards (Cornell University)

Content Analysis of Online Chat Scripts: Ethical and Practical Perspective
Judy Li (University of Tennessee)
David Atkins (University of Tennessee)

Data Management, Dissemination Linkage in Add Health: The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health
Ashley Sorgi (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Integrating European survey research questions with Euro Question Bank
Azadeh MahmoudHashemi (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Wolfgang Zenk-Moltgen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

A lack of Persistent Identifiers means missing data - PIDs in CESSDA
Kerrin Borschewski (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Brigitte Hausstein (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Making Nordic Health Data Visible
Dag Kiberg (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))
Mari Kleemola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Annaleena Okuloff (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Bodil Stenvig (Danish Data Archive - FSD)
Jeppe Klok Due (Danish Data Archive - FSD)
Elisabeth Strandhagen (Swedish National Data Service)
Martin Brandhagen (Swedish National Data Service)

Building a Metadata Portfolio for CESSDA
Mari Kleemola (Finnish Social Science Data Archive, University of Tampere)
Wolfgang zenk-Moltgen (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Anne Etheridge (UK Data Service)

UK Data Service: the 'a' (Access) team
Laura Beauchamp (UK Data Archive)
Alix Taylor (UK Data Archive)

da|raSearchNet - Searching for Research Data
Karoline Harzenetter (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Brigitte Hausstein (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Update Your Space: Tips for Renovating a Map and Data Centre
Kevin Manuel (Ryerson University)

Using Stata for Web Scraping
Rob O'Reilly (Emory University)

The Introduction of SRDA
Wan Yun Lo (Academia Sinica)

CESSDA poster
Ivana Versic (CESSDA)
Hossein Abroshan (CESSDA)

Controlled Vocabularies Published by the DDI Alliance
Sanda Ionescu (ICPSR - Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research)

Connecting Social and Health Sciences Data - This Librarian's Life
Michelle Bass (University of Chicago)

RDM Needs of Science and Engineering Researchers: a View from Canada
Cristina Sewerin (University of Toronto)
Eugene Barsky (University of British Columbia)
Melissa Cheung (University of Ottawa)
Dylanne Dearborn (University of Toronto)
Angela Henshilwood (University of Toronto)
Christina Hwang (University of Alberta)
Erin MacPherson (Dalhousie University)

Introduction of Additional Primary Services and Derivative Work Inquiry Service of SRDA
Ya-Chi Lin (Academia Sinica)

Keeping Track of Users and Publications at Social Science Japan Data Archive
Yukio Maeda (Social Science Japan Data Archive)
Satoshi Miwa (Social Science Japan Data Archive)
Kenji Ishida (Social Science Japan Data Archive)
Koichi Iriyama (Social Science Japan Data Archive)

DDI implementation at the SSJDA
Akira Motegi (University of Tokyo)

FORSbase V2.0: a web-based data archiving platform
Marieke Heers (FORS - Swiss Centre for Expertise in the Social Sciences )
Eliane Ferrez (FORS - Swiss Centre for Expertise in the Social Sciences )

The Architecture of Data Science and Archiving - Archonnex Architecture and Technology Stack
Thomas Murphy (University of Michigan, ICPSR)
Harsha Ummerpillai (University of Michigan, ICPSR)

IFDO Poster
Jonathan Crabtree (IFDO)

An Architecture for Social Science Data Curation
Deirdre Lungley (UK Data Archive)

The Metadata Model of The Dataverse Project: Helping More Data Become Discoverable
Eleni Castro (Harvard University)

Academic Data Services and Makerspaces
Samantha Guss (University of Richmond)

Working Across Boundaries: Public and Private Domains, Part 2
Flavio Bonifacio (Metis Ricerche srl)

Sustainable Environment Actionable Data (SEAD): A Knowledge Network for Collaboration, Data Curation, and Discovery
Peter Granda (ICPSR - University of Michigan)

The CIC Geospatial Data Discovery Project: A Multi-Institution Project to Create an Open-Source Discovery Portal for Geospatial Data Resources
Mara Blake (University of Michigan)

A Collaborative Questionnaire and Study Editor within the German Longitudinal Election Study (GLES)
Claus-Peter Klas (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Oliver Hopt (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Manuela Blumenberg (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Wolfgang Zenk-Moltgen (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

UK Data Service Impact through Narratives and Case Studies
Rebecca Parsons (UK Data Service)
Scott Summers (UK Data Service)
Louise Corti (UK Data Service)

Doing the right thing: how you construct a service that allows researcher to access unconsented data?
Carlotta Greci (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
Kakia Chatsiou (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

2016-06-03: 1H: Online user support and training

Online Tools and Training For Access and Analysis of Restricted Government Data Files
Warren Brown (Cornell University)

Developing Teaching and Learning Resources for Students and Teachers
Kathryn Simpson (University of Manchester/ UK Data Service)

Training across Services: Resources, Convenience and Safe Use of Sensitive Data
James Scott (UK Data Service)

Developing Survey-specific Online Resources to Enhance Data Use and Confidence in Researchers: Understanding Society, A Case Study
Deborah Wiltshire (UK Data Service)

2016-06-03: 1J: Geospatial data

Roles and Gaps in Geospatial Information Management in Asia and Pacific Countries
Jungwon Yang (University of Michigan)

Supporting campus GIS needs with Limited Staffing and Budgetary Resources
Erich Purpur (University of Nevada)

Implementing an Infrastructure to Georeference Survey Data at the GESIS Data Archive
Stefan Schweers (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Stefan Muller (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Map the Process: See the Data
Andy Rutkowski (University of California, Los Angeles)
Yoh Kawano (University of California, Los Angeles)
Stacy Williams (University of Southern California)

2016-06-03: 2E: Data management planning in action

High Costs - Little Benefits? The Costs of Research Data Management
Sebastian Netscher (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Astrid Recher (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Active Data Management Planning and Its Exchange with DDI
Uwe Jensen (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Sebastian Netscher (GESIS, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Early Intervention and Data Management - New Strategy for Increasing Research Data Deposits
Gry Henriksen (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))

Formal Data Management Planning: Useful Guidance Or Administrative Burden?
Marieke Heers (FORS, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)
Brian Kleiner (FORS, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)

2016-06-03: 3E: Data management archiving/curation platforms

Data repository platform evaluations
Jennifer Doty (Emery University)

More Data, Less Process? The Applicability of MPLP to Research Data
Sohia Lafferty-Hess (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Tu-Mai Christian (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

NORD-i - a novel, DDI4-powered Data Curation Platform for NSD
Ornulf Risnes (Norwegian Centre for Research Data(NSD))
Vigdis Kvalheim (Norwegian Centre for Research Data(NSD))

2016-06-03: Pecha Kuchas

Datafication: Is That Really a Word?
Susan Noble (UK Data Service)

Gently Introducing R To Your Research Community
Zachary Painter (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth)

Stories Are Just Data with a Soul
Chris Coates (University of Essex)

Energy Embed
Lisa Neidert (University of Michigan)

A Match Made in Data? - Developing a UK Research Data Discovery Service
Veerle Van den Eynden (UK Data Service, University of Essex)

Feeling Like Indiana Jones: Discovering the Unknown Holy Grail of Administrative Data
Kakia Chatsiou (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Sex, Drugs, Rock 'n Roll, and Social Science Research Data: New Data Collection Additions to the ICPSR Data Archive
Justin Noble (ICPSR, University of Michigan)

2016-06-03: 1E: Policies and trust

Core Certification: New Common Requirements for Trustworthy Digital Repositories
Ingrid Dillo (DANS)

Preservation Policy Recommendations - Results from DASISH and CESSDA SaW
Trond Kvamme (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))

Integrating Data Reusers' Defined Trust Attributes Regarding Data Curation
Ayoung Yoon (Purdue University)

2016-06-03: 2A: Research data management services development

Partnering with Researchers by Supporting Data Management Planning
Anne Sofie Fink (National Archive of Denmark - DDA)
Christian Lindgaard (National Archive of Denmark - DDA)

Research Data Management: A Practical Approach to Overcome Challenges to Boost Research
Bhojaraju Gunjal (National Institute of Technology, Rourkela)
Panorea Gaitanou (Ionia University)

From Evidence to Strategies: Needs for Research Data Use, Management and Sharing in Canada
Susan Mowers (University of Ottawa)
Chuck Humphrey (Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL))

2016-06-03: 3B: Disclosure techniques for restricted data

RAIRD - A fully interactive online statistical package for remote analysis of confidential microdata
Ornulf Risnes (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))

SDCMicroGUI - a R-based GUI tool for statistical disclosure control
Archana Bidargaddi (Norwegian Social Science Data Service (NSD))

The development of synthetic data sets to expand and transform use of disclosive data from the ONS Longitudinal Study
Oliver Duke-Williams (University College London)
Nicola Shelton (University College London)
Adam Dennett (University College London)

2016-06-03: S4: DDI tools: No tools, no standard

DDI Tools Session: No Tools, No Standard
Marcel Hebing (DIW Berlin)