ODISSEI (Open Data Infrastructure for Social Science and Economic Innovations) is the national research infrastructure for the social sciences in the Netherlands. ODISSEI brings together researchers with the necessary data, expertise and resources to conduct ground-breaking research and embrace the computational turn in social enquiry. Through ODISSEI, researchers have access to large-scale, longitudinal data collections as well as innovative and diverse new forms of data. Combining data from a wide range of sources enables researchers to answer new, exciting, interdisciplinary research questions and to investigate existing questions in novel, new ways.
ODISSEI is a consortium of more than 40 member organizations, in 2020 it was awarded a Roadmap Project funded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) under grant number 184.035.014.
Here you will find a growing collection of ODISSEI-affiliated outputs.
The collection brings together and accepts outputs (partially or entirely) of collaborations within and across the ODISSEI project (e.g. reports, presentations, technical specifications). Research output (e.g. papers, code, presentations, etc) of users of the ODISSEI infrastructure are welcome, in compliance with the ODISSEI user policy.