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A Quick Survey - Data Interest versus Ease of Entry

From: Ken S.
Sent on: Thursday, October 13, 2011 7:37 AM
I did a short talk in the London meet up this month about the effect of Interest and Ease of Entry has on our successful tracking. Anyway, as a native Bostonian (although living outside the US for over 10 years) I thought I'd see if there was any interest from the Boston group in filling out this simple survey. 

Ken Snyder
[address removed]

p.s. I'll be in Boston December 5th and 6th … if anyone's aware of any QS-like events I'd be all ears.

From: Kenneth Snyder <[address removed]>
Date: Sat, 08 Oct[masked]:15:41 +0100
To: QS - London Meetup Group <[address removed]>
Subject: A Quick Survey - Data Interest versus Ease of Entry

For those of at the last meet up I mentioned that I had a small survey which tries to distinguish between the influence of:
  1. the users interest in the underlying data
  2. The ease of entry that this data provides (via sensor, software, or other means)
The survey shouldn't take long and I'll happily report all results back to this group. If you can spare the time here's the link:

Thanks in advance,

Ken Snyder
[address removed]

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