NADA 3.0<br />An open source microdata cataloguing application provided by the<br />World Bank, Development data Group <br...
NADA 3<br /><ul><li>An open source data cataloguing system, compliant with the DDI and Dublin Core metadata standards
Promotes equal access and broad use of microdata, to foster diversity and quality of research work
Increases the quality and credibility of data and research work by allowing independent parties to replicate and/or challe...
Reduces inconsistencies in analytical work, and reduces cost of analysis, by allowing all interested researchers to make u...
Provides access to all related resources: questionnaires, manuals, reports, analytical outputs.<br />
Rich metadata (based on DDI/Dublin Core metadata standards) describe the survey, its data files, and variables in detail<b...
A powerful data discovery tool: metadata are fully searchable, down to the variable level.<br />Tools are provided to visu...
A bibliography of data-related research output is also provided. <br />Some datasets have generated hundreds of papers.<br />
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National Data Archive (NADA) 3.0

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NADA is an open source web application for archiving, searching and browsing microdata using the data documentation initiative (DDI).

Key features are:
- Support DDI and RDF
- Search studies and variables
- Compare variables
- Provides data access for datasets using Public, Licensed, Direct and Data Enclave

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National Data Archive (NADA) 3.0

  1. 1. NADA 3.0<br />An open source microdata cataloguing application provided by the<br />World Bank, Development data Group <br />and the<br />International Household Survey Network<br />www.ihsn.org/nada<br />
  2. 2. NADA 3<br /><ul><li>An open source data cataloguing system, compliant with the DDI and Dublin Core metadata standards
  3. 3. Promotes equal access and broad use of microdata, to foster diversity and quality of research work
  4. 4. Increases the quality and credibility of data and research work by allowing independent parties to replicate and/or challenge results, and to provide feedback to data producers
  5. 5. Reduces inconsistencies in analytical work, and reduces cost of analysis, by allowing all interested researchers to make use of the same datasets or to “re-purpose” existing data.</li></li></ul><li>An on-line, searchable catalog of surveys, censuses and other datasets<br />Data dissemination policy can be specific to each dataset (e.g., public use files, licensed access, access in data enclave). <br />
  6. 6. Provides access to all related resources: questionnaires, manuals, reports, analytical outputs.<br />
  7. 7. Rich metadata (based on DDI/Dublin Core metadata standards) describe the survey, its data files, and variables in detail<br />
  8. 8. A powerful data discovery tool: metadata are fully searchable, down to the variable level.<br />Tools are provided to visualize metadata, e.g. to compare variables across surveys.<br />
  9. 9. A bibliography of data-related research output is also provided. <br />Some datasets have generated hundreds of papers.<br />
  10. 10. The collection of citations is also fully searchable (by author, country, survey, date, title).<br />
  11. 11. User-friendly administrator tools allow monitoring of uses/users and management of requests for data.<br />

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