CCSS Research Support assists with research work all along the way, whether analyzing your data or reproducing your analysis for publication, we are here for you! . We can also provide data-related services for research projects, from supporting a project team to providing direct data-related services on a sponsored project.
CCSS-RS supports researchers through the data analytics process of evaluating, inspecting, cleansing, and transforming data to meet their research objectives.
Several current research projects supported by CCSS-RS:
CCSS-RS serves as both a resource and contributor to the Freedom on the Move project, providing expertise in the domains of archival and statistical analysis.
Additionally,the lead Software Engineer at CCSS-RS serves as technical lead and a member of key personnel on the grants the project has received. The breadth of knowledge provided by CCSS-RS as a whole along with the technical abilities of the lead Software Engineer will drive the Freedom on the Move project to be a leading resource of the North American Slave Trade.
CCSS-RS is a co-founder of the consortium along with University of North Carolina’s Odum Institute and Yale University’s Institution for Social and Policy Studies.
CCSS-RS was responsible for integrating the multiple waves of PSID data and generating the estimates of the likelihood of experiencing poverty given a combination education, marital status, race, gender, and age used by the calculator.
CCSS-RS senior staff and programmers are actively engaged in the activities of NCRN and in the development of the Comprehensive Extensive Data Documentation and Access Repository (CED2AR) which creates and makes viewable highly restricted metadata of data residing in highly restricted environments such as the FSRDC.