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In SND’s national research data catalogue you can search almost two thousand listed studies in a variety of subject areas. You may find everything from survey data to biological sample data, as well as study collections such as SHARE (Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe), the SOM surveys (Society, Opinion, Media), and VALU (Swedish exit poll surveys).

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Institute for Language and Folklore

A translation memory received from a translator at the Swedish NAO

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Translation memories from the language data of the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth.

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Translation memories extracted by Tilde (www.tilde.com) from the data i Texts from the Swedish Migration Agency

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Translation memories extracted out of Texts from Swedish Crime Victim Compensation and Support Agency, by Tilde within the framework of ELRC (www.lr-coordination.eu).

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Translation memories extracted by Tilde (www.tilde.com) from the data i Texts from the Swedish Competition Agency

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Swedish-English translation memory extracted from Texts from UHR. The extraction from the text data was done by Tilde (www.tilde.com).

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Institute for Language and Folklore

Translation memories from different public agencies.

  • Simon Dahlberg, Institute for Language and Folklore
  • Institute for Language and Folklore, Language Council of Sweden
Published: 2020-03-24

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Examine methylation of mercury in a west-east gradient in southern Sweden to cover a natural sulfur-deposition gradient. Peat samples were taken at a depth of 5-30 cm below the surface between May 15 and June 12 in 2003.

  • Staffan Åkerblom, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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Published: 2020-03-23

Luleå University of Technology

Accurate predictions of snowfall require good knowledge of the microphysical properties of the snow ice crystals and particles. Shape is an important parameter as it influences strongly the scattering properties of the i...

  • Thomas Kuhn, Luleå University of Technology
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Published: 2020-03-16

Luleå University of Technology

Object detection is a vital part of any autonomous vision system and to obtain a high performing object detector data is needed. The object detection task aims to detect and classify different objects using camera input ...

  • Carl Borngrund, Luleå University of Technology
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Published: 2020-03-13