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CHAT 0.5.0 Dataset Released

Today we released a new version of the CHAT dataset. There were a handful of tweaks made to the primary CHAT dataset, including the removal of an identifiable variable (recruitment site) and clarification of the household income-related variables. The latter issue was raised by an NSRR user who was attempting to incorporate socioeconomic status into her analysis. Keep reading

By mrueschman on July 22, 2016 Jul 22, 2016 in Releases

NSRR Gem 0.3.0 Released

We've released an updated version 0.3.0 of our NSRR dataset downloader today! You can install or update to using the new gem using the following command: gem install nsrr --no-document Most importantly, the nsrr gem now leverages our new backend API that allows a user to download a single file. Due to limitations in the past, previous versions of the gem only allowed folders to be downloaded. You can try this out with the new gem now! nsrr download shhs/datasets/CHANGELOG. Keep reading

By remomueller on April 25, 2016 Apr 25, 2016 in Releases

Release v0.18.0 Overview - Part 2

In this blog, we'll be exploring the recent changes made to the way dataset variables are displayed on the NSRR. Variable Updates Our variable pages are designed to give you a quick and comprehensive glance at all dataset elements available in a dataset. We see these pages as a guide and reference for you, and hope that they serve you well as you start your research and exploration of the datasets. Keep reading

By remomueller on February 8, 2016 Feb 8, 2016 in Releases

Release v0.18.0 Overview - Part 1

We're excited about our recent major update to the NSRR launched today, and wanted to walk through some of the changes made. This blog post will focus on core changes for the dataset user interface. Dataset Updates The NSRR aims to make data access easy, and we're improving your access to data by giving an at-a-glance view of the datasets you have access to immediately when you navigate to the datasets page on the NSRR. For each dataset, you are now shown your current status of data access. Keep reading

By remomueller on January 20, 2016 Jan 20, 2016 in Releases
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