- May 2020
twitter.com twitter.com(1) David Garcia on Twitter: "Are people willing to use contact tracing mobile phone apps for #COVID19 ? As a personal weekend project, I spent some money I got back from a canceled AirBnB booking in a quick and dirty survey. Results in my first Twitter thread ever. 1/16 https://t.co/w0sBhQXpYk" / Twitter1
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Reasons for not making data electronically available. Regarding their attitudes towards data sharing, most of the respondents (85%) are interested in using other researchers' datasets, if those datasets are easily accessible. Of course, since only half of the respondents report that they make some of their data available to others and only about a third of them (36%) report their data is easily accessible, there is a major gap evident between desire and current possibility. Seventy-eight percent of the respondents said they are willing to place at least some their data into a central data repository with no restrictions. Data repositories need to make accommodations for varying levels of security or access restrictions. When asked whether they were willing to place all of their data into a central data repository with no restrictions, 41% of the respondents were not willing to place all of their data. Nearly two thirds of the respondents (65%) reported that they would be more likely to make their data available if they could place conditions on access. Less than half (45%) of the respondents are satisfied with their ability to integrate data from disparate sources to address research questions, yet 81% of them are willing to share data across a broad group of researchers who use data in different ways. Along with the ability to place some restrictions on sharing for some of their data, the most important condition for sharing their data is to receive proper citation credit when others use their data. For 92% of the respondents, it is important that their data are cited when used by other researchers. Eighty-six percent of survey respondents also noted that it is appropriate to create new datasets from shared data. Most likely, this response relates directly to the overwhelming response for citing other researchers' data. The breakdown of this section is presented in Table 13.
Categories of data sharing considered:
- I would use other researchers' datasets if their datasets were easily accessible.
- I would be willing to place at least some of my data into a central data repository with no restrictions.
- I would be willing to place all of my data into a central data repository with no restrictions.
- I would be more likely to make my data available if I could place conditions on access.
- I am satisfied with my ability to integrate data from disparate sources to address research questions.
- I would be willing to share data across a broad group of researchers who use data in different ways.
- It is important that my data are cited when used by other researchers.
- It is appropriate to create new datasets from shared data.