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Data Access: On-site Use

The use of weakly anonymous data is subject to restrictions concerning data protection legislation. Due to these regulations the data can be analyzed only via on-site use. For this purpose, the FDZ provides separate workplaces for guest Researchers at different locations.

The FDZ offers advisory service by its staff only at the location in Nuremberg.

How to obtain Data Access via On-site Use?

How to modify an existing agreement?  

Specifics on the data access at FDZ locations abroad

Confidentiality

 How to obtain Data Access via On-site Use?

  1. Make an application
    To apply for a visit as guest researcher please fill in the request form for on-site use. After completing the form, please send your request as a Word document by e-mail to the FDZ (iab.fdz@iab.de). Please note that requests which are not submitted as Word documents will not be processed. An information sheet is available to help you fill in the request form. The request documents submitted are verified for compliance with the provisions of Section 75 of the German Social Code Book X by the FDZ in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. This could take up to one month.

    Request form for on-site use

    Information sheet
  2. Use Agreement
    After the request has been approved, a use agreement is concluded between the researcher’s Institution and the FDZ. This agreement entitles the researcher to analyze the required data via on-site use.
  3. Appointments
    After the conclusion of the agreement, the researcher can make an appointment for the research visit with the corresponding location. The date for the visit should normally be notified at least two weeks before the intended visit. These appointments are binding. If appointments can’t be met, please inform the corresponding location as soon as possible.
  4. Preparation for the On-site Use
    On-site use of data at the FDZ is subject to adherence to the following guidelines. Please read this document previous to your visit.

    Guidelines for On-Site Use and Remote Date Access 

    We suggest that the user prepares programs ahead of his research visit on the basis of our test data and documentations, thus providing for efficient use of the visit. Please upload your programs in time (no later than 3 business days before the visit) with the software JoSuA (Job Submission Application).
  5. After the On-site Use
    Results are verified for compliance with the given data protection legislation and available in JoSuA after the research visit.
    Researchers may run further analyses for their project via remote data access after their research stays. 
  6. Publishing the results
    Researchers’ publications based on FDZ data must include a reference to the datasets used (name of the datasets and mode of the data access).

    Citation of the data in publications

    Please submit one copy of every publication (including so-called ‘grey literature’) in digital or printed form to the FDZ.

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How to modify an existing agreement?

Amendments concerning project end, data requirement or inclusion of further members of staff can be incorporated via a supplementary data use agreement:

Request form amendments

Information sheet

Changes of the institution conducting the research or in the contents of the project require a new request for data use. Please always indicate the project number as well.

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Specifics on the data access at FDZ locations abroad

If you are planning a visit at one of our locations abroad please contact the FDZ at an early stage to complete further formalities. Please note that data which may be used abroad have to undergo an additional anonymization due to data protection regulations. This requires agreements with the FDZ and has to be considered in the scheduling.

If you already use the data in accordance with a valid use agreement in Germany and plan to go abroad permanently combined with data access at one of our external locations abroad the same formalities and anonymization rules have to be accomplished. Hence a simple change of the data access to a location abroad is not possible. Please also note that the anonymization of the data cannot be reversed after a later return to Germany. In the case of short visits abroad – especially if the affiliation to the present institution remains – data access is not possible at our locations abroad. Analyses via remote data access remain unchanged.

Confidentiality

Information on confidentiality

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