Data on elections are now included in microdata.no. For the first time ever, you may match individual voting behavior with a wide range of background variables without any form of application.
How do the student loans effect our behaviour? What effects our use of student loans? The new release of microdata.no offers data on student loans and grants for you to use as a dependent or independent variable, for instance merged with new data on results from primary school and income updated to newest available release.
The Norwegian Center for Research Data (NSD) and Statistics Norway (SSB) invite all consulting firms to participate in a trial scheme where they can use microdata.no as a data source in R&D assignments for public authorities. To access, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data from microdata.no are the base for a new, peer-reviewed article on precariousness in European Societies.
Who needs help from the Child Welfare Services? Any change over time? Or geography? What about their social background? The February data upload to microdata.no includes child welfare and 18 new income variables, among them public and private agreement based pension.
113 variables in microdata.no were updated with the latest available data in a new version that was released November 2nd.
From week 40, microdata.no offers the newest available information. Starting with nine pilot variables this week, the complete database will be updated during the fall.
Step 1: Require When logged into the microdata.no workdesk for the first time, or when you start a new session, you are met by an empty screen divided in several areas. In order to import variables, you need to use the command require to specify which databank and version to connect to. Check the button Variables on the main webpage for…
Which version(s) of the data fits you the best? The new release of microdata.no lets you choose by yourself, and gives you new options for analysis.
For the first time, total population register data about living conditions and household characteristics are now available online without the need to apply for data beforehand. In the beginning of April 2020, variables within these subjects where released in microdata.no. The data are updated until and including 2018. The total amount of variables contained by…