This page will be updated with links upon the official release of GENERATION Wave 1 Data.
Data stories are research bites which highlight some key findings from the student and school context surveys. These data stories aim to provide a quick snapshot of some crucial research topics that GENERATION covers.
Accessing GENERATION Data
Find information about how to request access to GENERATION data using the Australian Data Archive (ADA) Dataverse.
Data User Guide
This is a reference tool for data users, providing information on how to use GENERATION data, survey methodology, file structure and variable naming conventions. Here, we also highlight crucial points about data management, access and analysis, such as survey weights, to help data analysts use the GENERATION data appropriately in their research.
The data dictionary produced by the Australian Data Archive (ADA) provides information about all variables in the GENERATION study over the course of the study, including variable names, variable labels, items, cohort, wave, and target populations.
GENERATION student and school context survey questionnaires, with annotated variable names, can be found here.
Access more information about GENERATION data and how it is linked to other relevant databases. This resource also provides expert suggestions on how to navigate the datasets.
These papers cover various topics on using GENERATION data. They provide users help with specific types of data analyses. These papers cover topics such as weighting and non-response.
Data User FAQs
Have your questions about the GENERATION study answered in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.
Using GENERATION questions in other studies
This page provides information about what to do and who to contact if you want to use questions from the GENERATION survey in your own study. The data user guide also provides detailed information about using GENERATION data.