Because many of you are new to campus or weren’t in town when I did my first post on the SSEDL, I’m reposting it.
The Social Science Electronic Data Library from Sociometric is now available. Its 700 datasets from more than 285 studies are organized into 9 topically-focused collections: The American Family, Child Well-Being and Poverty, Maternal Drug Abuse, AIDS/STI Data Archive, Adolescent Pregnancy & Pregnancy Prevention, Social Research on Aging, Disability in the U.S., Complementary & Alternative Medicine, and the Contextual Data Archive. Each data set has been processed and documented in a standard way and contains raw data files, SPSS & SAS command files, SPSS portable and SAS transport files, data dictionaries, frequencies files, detailed user’s guides, and instruments where available. Sociometrics provides free technical assistance to data users.