Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

ADRC Session

This session of the WISERD 2015 conference focussed on the Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W). Presentations delivered as part of this session can be accessed below.

Using the ADRC-W

The following presentations were delivered at the event by the ADRC teams in Swansea and Cardiff University. They provide brief overviews of the ADRC-W, why it's useful and how to use it.

Introducing the Administrative Data Research Network

Accessing the Administrative data Research Network: What, why and where do I start?

ADRC-W: Wales user journey and overview of research projects 

Administrative Data Research Centre Wales: Application Process

Example projects

The ADRC session also detailed projects which are currently using the ADRC-W to obtain data for analysis.

Examining the link between family health events and pupil performance indicators in Wales using linked data - Phil Murphy, David Blackaby, Swansea University and Ian Thomas, ADRC-W, Cardiff University.

Understanding the determinants of educational achievement and the association with health and well-being by age 14 in Wales - Chris Taylor, WISERD, Cardiff University



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