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  • End of life for the Cornell Synthetic Data Server September 30, 2022

    The Cornell Synthetic Data Server, in its current format, has been used by over 300 researchers since we first started it in 2014 (8 years ago!). It has, I believe, been a very useful tool to get researcher feedback on the quality of the data, and has allowed researchers to do terrific work. […]

  • ECCO has migrated

    The Economics Compute Cluster (ECCO) has migrated to the BioHPC environment, and accounts are not handled on this website anymore. See the BioHPC User Guide.

  • Sunsetting the Simulated FSRDC

    One of the (original) goals of the VirtualRDC was to provide an environment that simulated the computing environment in the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers. Researchers could learn how to work within the constraints of the confidential FSRDCs before actually starting work at one of the […]

  • Computational Tools for Social Scientists Workshop - 2018 edition

    Please mark your calendars: Computational Tools for Social Scientists Workshop August 20-22, 2018 (9:00am – 4:00pm) Ives 111 (Ives 115 on Aug 22) Who: Second year Ph.D. and higher, and faculty, in Economics or other social sciences. If you haven't taken the course in the past, or want a [...]

  • [SDS] SSB important update to validation rules

    The SIPP Synthetic Beta custodians have posted an important update to validation rules. SSB Users, Please see the memo outlining recent changes to the rules regarding the disclosure of results from validations of the SIPP Synthetic Beta: […]