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New Resource: Online Analysis of Ethnic & Social Science Research Data

In an effort to enhance access to data-based research studies conducted by UCI researchers and others, the Libraries have made selected ethnic and social science datasets from the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) available to UCI users for online data analysis. The online analysis tool (SDA or Survey Documentation & Analysis) allows users to cross-tab selected variables and easily run statistics and create customized charts (in color) as well as related documentation. This is especially useful for students seeking to understand a particular research study.





Selected datasets include:

  • Immigration and Intergenerational Mobility in Metropolitan Los Angeles
  • Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study (another Prof. Rumbaut study)
  • National Black Election Study
  • National Latino and Asian American Study
  • Japanese-American Research Project (JARP): A Three Generation Study
  • Pilot National Asian American Political Study
  • Traffic Stop Data Collection Policies for State Police
  • State Legislative Election Candidate and Constituency Data
  • National Health and Social Life Survey
  • National Couples Survey
  • 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population
  • Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
  • Voice of the People

To access the datasets, go to the Social Science Data subject guide (http://libguides.lib.uci.edu/socscidata) and click on the "Online Data Analysis" tab. The selected datasets are in the boxed section "ICPSR Studies at UCI: Ethnic & Other Studies."

For a demo or more information, contact Daniel Tsang, Data Librarian (x44978 or dtsang@uci.edu).


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