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The Administrative Data Research Centre for Scotland is led by the University of Edinburgh, and brings together major Scottish research centres, including:
- Administrative Data Liaison Service
- Applied Quantitative Methods Network
- Centre for Research on Environment Society and Health
- the Centre for Cognitive Ageing & Cognitive Epidemiology
- the Farr Institute @ Scotland
- the national digital data centre
- the Scottish Longitudinal Study
The centre involves world-leading experts in the theory, methods and policy of linking records for secondary uses, including:
- public engagement, ethics, information governance and law
- linking and analysing large datasets
- geocoding, natural language processing and machine learning
- crime and criminal justice, education and social services
Meet the ADRC Scotland operations group.
Meet the ADRC Scotland team.
The ADRC Scotland provides state-of-the-art facilities to allow secure access to a wide range of de-identified administrative data by accredited researchers.
As well as giving trained researchers access to administrative data, the ADRC Scotland will carry out its own research.
Find out more about the international work packages made available by the ADRC Scotland.
Find out more on how to get involved in social science research.
Find out more about the conferences hosted by the ADRN.
This is a selection of projects that have been approved by the Network’s Approvals Panel.
ADRC Scotland provide five different locations across Scotland from which researchers are able to access their project data.
Get in touch with the ADRC Scotland team.
Find out more information on the ADRC Scotland mailing list.