Specifications for Secure Remote Access to Sensitive Research Data

Emerging from use-case studies, an evaluation of existing platforms, and a pilot in which secure, safe-room remote desktop connections will be established and tested between partners, the specifications will include Data Use Agreements  and a schema for assessing disclosure risk in data.

SSH GDPR Code of Conduct

Recommendations for a GDPR Code of Conduct for the social sciences and humanities.

SSH Data repository service on EOSC

The repository will be built upon the community-driven open source Dataverse software platform. Its modular design facilitates integration with other data services such as DataCite or ROpenScience,  allows for distributed file storage, and supports the development of additional functionality and services.

API for Generations and Gender Programme (GGP)

This API will integrate a policy imputation algorithm into social surveys, which covers around 20 indicators including family policy, employment, labour markets, and pensions.

The API will be usable by all European survey infrastructures and the wider research community.

Code for data exchange between TMT and open source CAT software

Guidelines and software will be produced showing how to integrate Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) functionality into the Translation Management Tool (TMT) by connecting the two systems.

Making Data Findable by being Citable - Tools

SSHOC will build on partner experience with rich, descriptive metadata such as CDMI, CIDOC, CRM, DDI and DataCite to provide software that renders the full range of SSH data-sets citable and exploitable.

D3.2 Inventory of SSH citation practices, and choice for SSHOC citation formats and implementation planning