The first issue of 2019 is now available. This time, we report on the first edition of the open-access journal MISS - Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences.
Other highlights include an article on the new pricing concept of GESIS Data Services, reports on the first GESIS Data Day in Cologne and the SSHOC - Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud, a cloud-based infrastructure for the social sciences and humanities.
This issue also contains information on events. In addition, we offer an outlook on this year's Methods Seminar and Summer School. Publications and personalia complete this issue as well.