Using more than one LS for your research

Due to Data Protection concerns, the current agreements in place for the LSs mean that it is not possible to access LS data outwith its respective safe-setting.  This means that to-date it has not been possible to fully combine datasets to allow comparisons between regions or to create a UK-wide sample.  Instead the only option has been to conduct separate analyses and then compare or combine the results on an ad-hoc basis.

Work in the SLS-DSU by Prof Gillian Raab has resulted in a new methodology which means it is now possible to analyse data from two or more LS as though they were part of the same dataset.  This is achieved through a process called eDatashield, which is currently able to support all forms of GLM regression analyses.

If you are interested in finding out more about eDatashield or would like to discuss using more than one LS for your study, please contact us.

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