Deposit your research data
Sikt archives research data on people and society to make them accessible for reuse. We will assist you with documenting your research data and choosing the right access conditions. We make sure that the data are safeguarded and accessible for at least 10 years.
Sikt’s main focus is quantitative data matrices on individuals, organisations, administrative, political, and geographical actors.
Would you like to deposit and share your research data?
- Sikt archives and make data available to research communities in Norway and abroad, within the social sciences, humanities, and parts of medical and health research.
- We can archive all types of digital research data, including data that requires special handling or permissions, such as personal data.
- Data should be shared as openly as possible, and as closed as necessary. That means data can't have more restrictive usage and access conditions than necessary.
Guidance for depositing data
Would you like to see how data is published on our websites?Find already published data here
Do you have questions about depositing data? Please read the guidance above or email us at email@example.com
Our research data archive is certified with CoreTrustSeal, and we are a Norwegian service provider to the European research infrastructure CESSDA ERIC.
Since 2014, we have had an agreement to archive research data on behalf of the National Archives of Norway.
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Find research data
Sikt has extensive collections with data about people and society. Some data collections are documented in English, while others are only documented in Norwegian. Please contact us if you need help to find what you are looking for.
Create a data management plan
There is a lot to think about when collecting data for a research project: data collection, storage and sharing with project participants.
Data Protection Services
Sikt provides data protection services to 130 Norwegian research and education institutions. These include all Norwegian universities and most university colleges, as well as several research institutes, health trusts and competence centres.