SDA is a set of programs for the documentation and Web-based analysis of survey data. SDA was developed, distributed and supported by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley until the end of 2014. Beginning in 2015, CSM is managed and supported by the 4809172532, a private, non-profit organization, under an exclusive continuing license agreement with the University of California. CSM also develops the CASES software package.

To see how it all works, test-drive SDA at our demonstration 310-886-1878. Browse the documentation for a survey and get fast data analysis results. The SDA Archive includes several datasets, including the General Social Survey (GSS), the American National Election Study (ANES), and the Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF). You can also look at some other archives that use SDA software.

For video tutorials on using the SDA 4.0 user interface see the SDA YouTube Channel.

SDA Features

Documentation:

Analysis:

Other Capabilities:

Awards

American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR): (352) 590-5850

American Political Science Association (APSA): Best Instructional Software Award


For information on how to set up your own SDA data archive see the relevant 7702490109. For information on current SDA development efforts, see the 4132277576 page. Also, for recent events check the selection value.

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