CRRC-Georgia has developed the Online Data Analysis tool (ODA) to ease access to its rich empirical data about the South Caucasus. The tool was designed primarily for those who are not familiar with statistical software and lack sophisticated data analysis skills. ODA has a user-friendly interface where one can easily create charts, display frequency tables and cross-tabulations, and analyze cross-country and time-series survey data. Additionally, the results can be copied into spreadsheet programs for further analysis or visualization.
At the moment, there are seven waves of the Caucasus Barometer survey uploaded to the ODA. We will be regularly adding new CRRC datasets to the system.
For those who wish to perform advanced analysis using statistical data analysis software, please refer to the downloads page. Datasets are available in STATA and/or SPSS. Comprehensive documentation (questionnaires, show cards, fieldwork reports, etc.) is also available.
The Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC) are a network of research, resource and training centers established in 2003 in the capital cities of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia with the goal of strengthening social science research and public policy analysis in the South Caucasus.
CRRC was established in 2003 by the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) with financial support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. In summer 2013 CRRC Armenia and CRRC Georgia were registered as independent non-commercial legal entities, but continue to maintain the same goals, objectives and commitment to regional cooperation.
CRRC has 10 years of experience providing researchers, governments, donors, NGOs and the private sector with data and analysis of critical trends and expectations in Georgia and across the region. CRRC provides research, analysis and training using tested methodologies which allow accurate comparisons between sectors, populations and countries.
CRRC's public databases give everyone the opportunity to understand and evaluate the social and political trends in both Georgia and the entire South Caucasus. To analyze these databases easily, please use our Online Data Analysis tool.
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