There is a lot of valuable data collected on similar topics in same or different samples, in same or different study designs, or in different countries and over times. The combination of this data multiplies the potential gain of knowledge and leads to new, expanded perspectives. In order to achieve this, it is necessary to harmonize these data to make them comparable.
GESIS offers expertise and advice, tools and thematic harmonized data from different sources.
The HaSpaD project provides a tool that allows a customized harmonization and synthesis of partnership histories and further variables from different research data infrastructures.
By harmonization, cumulation and linking of survey, as well as macro data, the ONBound project has created a unique database for the social sciences that enables researchers to explore the interlinking of national and religious identities on multiple levels.