Research data Through our research projects, large amounts of research data are collected, analyzed, and produced. In order for this data to be used and useful for the society around us, it must be organized and visualized. Furthermore, the data is made available through national and international data systems. Facilitation involves placing the data on a standard format, which provides information on origin, content and structure. Through the visualization of data, end users will have research results presented in an easy-to-understand manner in the form of, among other things, images, graphs and animations. Most of our research is publicly available. Do you want access to products, data or more information about our research? Contact the relevant research group for more information. Access to dataThrough our research, large amounts of data are produced. These must be generally available, and contain information about the datasets. Data directories and portals are very useful for this purpose. VisualisationIn order to be able to present research data in a map format, we must use visualisation services. We use so-called geographic information systems (GIS) for such visualisation. File conversionWhen research data from field experiments is collected, measurements are often logged as text files, with file type ASCII. Such files are instrument-dependent, and therefore not easy to work with without own software from the instrument supplier.