What we provide through the RDS Data Strategy needs to be driven by the demand from users.
This means identifying the things that are stopping you from doing data-driven innovation and helping to overcome those challenges. We’re working on how to make the process for accessing data simpler and will update on this at the RDS user forum meeting on 16th November.
 
What data do you need?
We have an RDS data catalogue that contains data already available. We have an established data strategy for RDS that identifies five core themes where bring data together, a set of National Core datasets, and a set of value added data products.
 
Join us at our next User Forum and share your views
Earlier this year Research Data Scotland hosted its first User Forum when more than 150 guests from academia, education and health agencies attended an online conference to learn of the latest developments at RDS.

The next User Forum will be held on Tuesday, November 16 between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm.

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* 1. What are the TOP THREE areas where you would like access to data that RDS currently don’t have available? (Select three that apply)

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* 2. Please provide details of datasets you require

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* 3. Why are these datasets a priority?

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* 4. Why would RDS bringing this data together help? (tick all that apply)

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* 5. What principle analytical software do you use for data analysis? (select as many options as relevant)

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* 6. If software you are looking for is not currently available in your safe setting, what do you do

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* 7. Which sector do you work in?

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* 8. Tell us something about yourself - which field of research do you work in?

Join us at our next User Forum and share your views

Earlier this year Research Data Scotland hosted its first User Forum when more than 150 guests from academia, education and health agencies, local authorities, charities, data managers and providers attended an online conference to learn of the latest developments at Research Data Scotland.
The next User Forum will be held on Tuesday, November 16 between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm and you can register today to attend this online event to hear the latest updates from RDS Chief Executive, Prof Roger Halliday and share your views on our service to researchers.

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