In addition to in-app survey data, the IAB-SMART project collected 1.3 million locations observations from GPS and mobile network data on participants recruited among Android users in the Panel Study Labor Market and Social Security (PASS). Financed by BERD@NFDI, these collected raw geolocations were aggregated and published as IAB-SMART-Activity at the Research Data Center of the Institute for Employment Research (IAB), containing geolocation indicators that can be used by researchers and linked to PASS survey data and PASS-ADIAB administrative employment data.
In this webinar, we will provide you with an overview of the preparation and anonymization tasks necessary to edit raw geolocations to meaningful indicators and to publish these indicators as a Scientific Use File (SUF) . Using R code examples, we will guide you step-by-step through the data editing process and provide you with tips & tricks for preparing smartphone location data. We will also highlight helpful packages, papers and tutorials.
The webinar’s analytical challenges, questions and open discussions support you directly in your current and/or future work with (smartphone) geolocation data.
This webinar is part of the IAB-SMART Webinar Series with three sessions. To get the whole picture, we recommend participating in the whole series, but the sessions can also be attended individually.
- IAB-SMART 1: June 28, 2023, 12pm noon – 1:30pm CEST
The IAB-SMART Study: Collecting Behavioral Smartphone Sensor Data for Social Research
- IAB-SMART 2: July 05, 2023, 1pm CEST – 2pm CEST
What do geolocation smartphone data add to a survey panel? – Available indicators from the IAB-SMART Project
- IAB-SMART 3: July 12, 2023, 1pm CEST – 2pm CEST
How to tidy and anonymize raw smartphone geolocation data: Code and Practitioner’s Examples from the IAB-SMART Project