In the national SND research data catalogue, you can search data from a variety of research disciplines. You can find anything 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).
The SND catalogue contains descriptions of data that are accessible in the catalogue, as well as data accessible from other portals or parties. Some data can be downloaded in the catalogue entry, whereas others are accessible by request. However, all of the listed data can be used free of charge.
When you use data that have been made accessible through SND, please remember:
1. All publications, regardless of type, that are in any way based on data should have a reference to these data. The reference (or citation) shall contain a persistent identifier (e.g. a DOI), and a reference to the creator/principal investigator. This applies regardless of publication format. Please report all publications to SND: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. You may only use data material for the specific purpose that you entered in your data request or during the request assessment process, if access to data is restricted.
3. You should always comply with current principles for ethics in research. SND refers to the “Good Research Practice” (2017) report from the Swedish Research Council.
4. Neither SND nor the research principal for the data have any responsibility for how the data and related documentation are used, nor for any interpretations of or conclusions based on them.