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aisling
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Do a survey!

Postby aisling » Thu Apr 16, 2009 6:32 pm UTC

Hi so I used to be around these forums a lot.

The thing is I've gotta administer this survey for my data management class. I'm taking data management because I'm not good at the calculus variety of math, and I need this for university.

It would just really help me out if you would take this 10 question survey!

http://www.ezquestionnaire.com/admin/su ... &type=open

The link is messed up for some reason. Jesus. I don't even know. Just try? Plzkthnx?

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Re: Do a survey!

Postby Cytoplasm » Fri Apr 17, 2009 7:01 pm UTC

I do hope it helps. :)
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Re: Do a survey!

Postby Hawknc » Fri Apr 17, 2009 7:22 pm UTC

AISLING! You should pop by the usual places and say hello, there's still plenty of us old farts around. :P

A couple of clarifications for your survey:

- What distance do you define as "travel"? Out of town, interstate, overseas? Greater than x km?
- How specific do you want the "where do you travel to most" question? People will give different answers depending on how they interpret the first point (e.g. cities, countries, regions, places of interest, etc) which could affect the integrity of your data.

Sorry, just nitpicky about obtaining quantifiable, reliable, dimensionally homogeneous data. It makes the analysis much, much easier later on, trust me. Take it easy, and say hello more often!

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Re: Do a survey!

Postby Justice » Thu May 07, 2009 10:52 pm UTC

I travel to school. :mrgreen:
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