Yes. The survey results would be made public once we are done processing the
raw data. At this point I am trying to collect data from different
communities, and would appreciate responses from Galaxy users even if they
don't have privacy concerns for the kind of tasks they do, as this would
help us to get a better understanding of the domain.
The survey respondents can choose to leave their email address (on a
'separate form' linked to the survey) and we would make sure that the survey
results are mailed to them once we finish the analysis of the survey. I can
also make it public via my homepage.
Thank You once again for your help !!
Vishal Dwivedi and Kun Niu
Carnegie Mellon University,
Email: vdwiv...@cs.cmu.edu & k...@andrew.cmu.edu
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 9:12 PM, Kevin Lam <abou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Would the results of the survey be published publicly to share?
> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 9:52 AM, vishal dwivedi
>> Dear Galaxy Users,
>> We are researchers at Carnegie Mellon University who are conducting a
>> survey of users who compose web services in their workflows to build
>> applications. One of the goals of this survey is to better understand the
>> privacy concerns of web service users (or lack thereof), and how well users
>> are able to resolve these concerns. Even if you have no data privacy and
>> security problems while using web services, we would still appreciate your
>> feedback because that would give us a better perspective of the problem
>> Please take time to fill the following questionnaire:
>> The survey consists of maximum 17 questions and can be completed in about
>> 10 minutes. There are no correct or incorrect responses. This survey is
>> approved by CMU Institutional Review Board (IRB), and would follow the
>> appropriate safety protocols set by the IRB (Protocol Number: HS11-091). All
>> responses would be treated confidentially and will not be traceable to
>> individual respondents.
>> Thank you in advance for your assistance and time !!
>> Best Regards,
>> Vishal Dwivedi and Kun Niu
>> Carnegie Mellon University,
>> Pittsburgh, USA.
>> Email: vdwiv...@cs.cmu.edu & k...@andrew.cmu.edu
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