- IASSIST 2005 - Evidence and Enlightenment, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, May 24-27, 2005. IASSIST 2005
- Jostein Ryssevik, Margaret Ward, Cliff Dive:
W4: Building a Data Library or Data Observatory on the Web Using Nesstar Technology. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Margaret Ward, Jostein Ryssevik, Cliff Dive:
W5: Data Publishing with Nesstar Publisher. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Steve Morris, Guy McGarva, James Reid:
W6: Using Streaming Geospatial Data Sources. IASSIST Conference 2005
- William Block, Mary Vardigan:
W7: DDI 102: Codebook Creation and Beyond. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Roger Jowell:
The Need for Rigour and Accessibility in Comparative Research. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Robert Johnston:
Understanding the United Nations Millennium Development Goals indicators - how to find and interpret the evidence on target achievement. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Bobray Bordelon:
Cross National and Intergovernmental Data: Paying for one stop shopping. IASSIST Conference 2005
- John Adams, Ray Thomas:
The production and presentation of statistics of unemployment: comparability issues.
- Keith Cole:
The World on a plate: building and supporting a new community of international data users.
- Caroline Arms:
Data-PASS/NDIIPP: A new effort to harvest our history.
- Chris Rusbridge:
UK strategies for digital preservation and digital curation.
- Steven P. Morris:
North Carolina Geospatial Data Archiving Project/NDIIPP: collection and preservation of at-risk digital geospatial data.
- Darrell Donakowski:
Data-PASS/NDIIPP: A new effort to harvest our history.
- Janez Stebe:
Collecting evidence about studies to guide acquisition policy. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Sami Borg, Helena Laaksonen:
Setting up acquisition policies for a new data archive. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Amy Pienta, Louise Corti:
Redesigning and formalising national Data Archives' collection development policies.
- Zoe Bliss:
Identifying quality acquisitions from a data deluge.
- Daniel Tsang:
NGO and IGO funded surveys: lessons from Vietnam. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Olivier Dupriez:
Data archive in developing countries: preservation and dissemination of microdata as an instrument for better development results.
- Trevor Croft, Nicolas Pron, Kris Oswalt:
DevInfo: A common database.
- Wendy Thomas, Arofan Gregory, Tom Piazza:
Inside view of DDI Version 3.0: Structural Reform Group report.
- Oliver Watteler:
DDI Comparative Data Working Group: introduction and status.
- Irena Vipavc Brvar:
New user needs will change 'best practice' of data archive services.
- Jane Fry, Ernie Boyko:
Meeting the demand for data professionals. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Larry McGill:
Building a data archive that meets the needs of both researchers and non-researchers: how CPANDA addresses this challenge.
- Gina-Qian Cheung:
Demonstration of a Blaise Instrument Documentation System.
- I-Lin Kuo:
Demonstration of the interactive codebook for the National Survey of Family Growth.
- Lon Hofman:
Documentation in Blaise: past, present and future.
- Tom Piazza:
CASES instrument documentation. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Joel Herndon, Alexandra Cooper:
Improving social science data and statistical services through assessment.
- Margaret Law:
Data libraries: the view from the other side. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Linda Powell:
Data archiving at the US Central Bank. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Tracey Stead, John Fraser, Robert Williams:
Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics and the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation.
- Philip Friend:
Barriers and opportunities for remote access to farm business and farm household data.
- Anne Owen, Steve Cinderby, Meg Huby:
Characterizing rural England using GIS.
- Sue Ellen Hansen:
Survey metadata documentation.
- Elizabeth Hamilton:
Providing context for understanding: the data life cycle.
- Irene Wong:
Fitting the life course of the General Social Survey Cycle 17 in the Data Documentation Initiative.
- Annelies van Nispen, Rutger Kramer:
The Xtensible Past: XML as a means for easy access to historical research data and a strategy for digital preservation.
- Tom Piazza:
The SDA online analysis system - recent enhancements. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Mathias Sinning, John P. Haisken-DeNew:
SOEPMENU: A menu-driven Stata/SE interface for accessing the German Socio-Economic Panel.
- Sam Smith:
Reusing information on websites.
- Lynda M. Duke:
Increased accessibility of datasets and statistical resources through faculty-library collaboration.
- Mary B. McGrath, Mary Jo Roy:
Capturing meta data on a different kind of data.
- Alastair J. Allan:
e-Government Information: the same old problem - newly digitized.
- Christian Bourret:
Information issues in health networked organisations: cooperative work and new relationships.
- Alice Robbin:
Bridging information and political science: investigating empirical evidence on political information seeking on the internet, 2000-2004. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Luuk Schreven:
Digitising Dutch Censuses, 1795-1971; Preliminary results & work in progress.
- Jostein Ryssevik, Pascal Heus, Olivier Dupriez, Mark Diggory:
Preserving and improving the access to large and complex household surveys.
- Micah Altman, Cavan Capps:
The DataWeb/VDC integration. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Harrison Dekker:
An assessment of Virtual Data Center as a tool for dissemination and digital preservation of social science data. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Sandy Shaw:
Issues in federated identity management.
- Lucy Bell:
Shibbolising UK Census and ESDS services.
- Gustave J. Goldmann:
The Research Data Centre Program: A fundamental element of the social research infrastructure in Canada. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Luis Martínez, Stuart MacDonald:
Looking for data directions? Ask a data librarian.
- Paul Bern:
"You're a what?": taking stock of the data profession.
- Jeffrey S. Bullington:
First data, then docs.
- Tiffani Conner:
Establishing a data service: The Numeric & GeoSpatial Data Service Proposal.
- Anne Sofie Fink:
The history of the social survey - the social survey in history.
- Peter Burnhill, Ann Matheson:
Measuring 'the quantum of happiness': ensuring access to the first (& second) Statistical Account.
- Fernando Elichirigoity, Cheryl Knott Malone:
Industrial classification and the depiction of open source-based production data. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Hans Jørgen Marker:
DDI and data.
- Ernie Boyko:
DDI: does it have a life beyond IASSIST?
- Louise Corti, Elizabeth Bishop:
Smart qualitative data: methods and community tools for data mark-up.
- A. Michelle Edwards:
Introducing data history to students.
- Katherine McNeill-Harman:
Training subject librarians to provide data services.
- Daniel Edelstein, Kristi Thompson:
Demystifying data reference. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Mark Maynard:
Upgrading ABC News/Washington Post data collections using DDI and legacy databases.
- Zoltán Lux:
The integrated photo-documentary online database.
- Jane Barton, Alan Dawson, Andrew Williamson:
ASPECT: a digital library approach to Scottish electoral data. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Cindy Teixeira:
The North American Jewish Data Bank: a rare population archive. IASSIST Conference 2005
- San Cannon:
The FRB and XML: national data and international standards. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Jostein Ryssevik:
Bring your tables to the Web. IASSIST Conference 2005
- W. Christopher Lenhardt:
Data management lessons learned from developing GPW v3: implications for users. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Humphrey Southall:
Strengths and weaknesses of the DDI Aggregate Data Extension in directly driving an on-line data visualisation system.
- Peter Doorn:
A new data infrastructure for the humanities and social sciences in the Netherlands. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Deborah Mitchell, Sophie Holloway:
Transforming National Data Services: Australia.
- Charles Humphrey:
Transforming National Data Services: Canada.
- Brigitte Hausstein, Ludmila Khakhulina, Larissa Kosova, Janez Stebe:
The data infrastructure in Central and Eastern Europe: current situation and prospects.
- Gaetan Drolet:
Citing statistics and data: where are we today?
- Anna Bogomolova, Tatyana N. Yudina:
System of subject headings for Russian Federation budget data information system.
- Rob Procter:
Sensor grids for the social sciences.
- Kenneth Miller:
- Ekkehard Mochmann, Uwe Jensen:
Metadater: data models and tools for documenting comparative research data.
- Marios Fridakis, John Kallas:
The data model and data production procedures and dissemination.
- Reto Hadorn:
MetaDater's perspective on cross-national and diachronic data.
- John Kallas:
THE Metadater data model and the formation of a grid for the support of social research.
- Alan Bulley:
Canadian statistics: evidence for enlightened democracy.
- Margaret O. Adams:
Academic researchers and their use of digital data preserved in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. IASSIST Conference 2005
- Katrina Stierholz:
Economic data and publications as snapshots in time.
- Jo Wathan, Vanessa Higgins:
Large-scale, cross-sectional government datasets; research published and recent developments.
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