DDA - Danish Data Archive
Your access point to quantitative research data in the Danish National Archives, providing information on ordering, depositing and using quantitative research data.
Digital public records (register data, etc.) contain information that may be of great value in a research context.
In the National Archives database, Daisy, you can find a variety of public records.
As a researcher, it is crucial to manage your research data in a safe and proper manner throughout the research process.
Read the National Archives guidance and recommendations for data documentation, data management plans and data management policies.
DDA Online makes it possible for you to use a large part of the research data at DDA for analysis online. You do not need access to analysis tools such as SPSS, SAS and STATA for working with data.
DDA’s Open Access journal Methodology & Research Design presents articles on methodology, data collection, analysis and presentation, and more.
The journal is based on survey research in the social sciences, but the intention is to be inclusive in terms of methods and scientific disciplines.
The articles in Methodology and Research Design are peer-reviewed.