What we offer
We can help you with short consultations or full collaborations on your project.
Free for anyone at an ODISSEI member organisation
We regularly meet with social scientists to consult them on various issues surrounding data science, statistics, research engineering.
Whether it’s a half-hour conversation where we point you in the right direction, a brainstorm session about how to collect your data, or a longer session where we program something together, do not hesitate to get in contact!
Or join our monthly drop-in
Collaborate on a project
We work together with social scientists on longer projects where substantial involvement of the SoDa team is required. This could take various different forms. For these projects we start with a non-committal conversation about the goals and the requirements of the research project.
For examples of what we can do together, see the section below.
What can we do together?
check out our projects page here
- Add geotagged information to your data
- Extract information from images
- Create networks based on interesting links
- Connect different sources of data (survey + register)
- Deal with high-dimensional (wide) data
- Deal with high-volume (long) data
- Deal with very wide and long data (OSSC)
- Integrating different sources in 1 analysis
- Visualize difficult models to interpret them (e.g., interpretable machine learning)
- Evaluate research findings on a methodologically sound basis
- Interactive data visualization of your research for news websites
- Technical proof-of-concept for your grant proposal
- Experts in data analysis collaborate on your paper
What people think about us
Here are some statements of people we collaborated with in the past.
I’m very happy with the help that I got, and if I would have any more questions in the future, I already know who to turn to.
PhD candidate | Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences | SociologyRead the full story here
It is very special that I can receive this support as a researcher who does not have the possibility to visualize this tool themselves’.
Dr. Minet de Wied
Assistant Professor | Utrecht University | Social and Behavioural SciencesRead the full story here