[Osmf-talk] Surveys (was: Gender in OSM/OSMF)
jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 6 15:12:41 UTC 2017
Getting the sample or frame right as it is sometimes called is important.
Also it is very important to get a high response rate otherwise you miss
the people who think their views are not important.
This means the survey must be trusted since you need to record an
identifier to follow up on those who have not responded.
On 6 Dec 2017 9:12 am, "Thomas Gertin" <tgertin at vt.edu> wrote:
> I think a survey is a great idea as well. As a volunteer, I would have
> interest in helping design one. I think one of the great things about
> signing up as a new user in OSM is that it doesn't ask for much
> information, just an email and a display name. I think having a short
> survey sent out on a yearly basis to a randomly selected significant
> sample of OSM users could provide us with some really useful
> information on the user base. Thanks, Tom G.
> On Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 8:48 AM, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > At Stats Canada it was normal to run a base monthly or some other time
> > period survey and accept supplementary questions. It's a matter of
> > organisation to work out the core questions and then invite supplementary
> > ones.
> > Cheerio John
> > On 6 December 2017 at 07:54, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> On 06.12.2017 13:37, joost schouppe wrote:
> >> > One last note is that it would be good if we could coordinate more on
> >> > surveys. There are many similar things going on. One of the reactions
> >> > our OSM-science initiative  was exactly this. I was a bit hesitant
> >> > first, but I'm starting to feel an osm-science mailing list might be
> >> > useful (or a different medium might be good or better). Then there
> >> > be one place to send survey plans to, and look for ways in which
> >> > can empower each other instead of duplicating each other in parts.
> >> This sounds like a good idea. I'm not a scientist myself but I have
> >> witnessed that scientists are often reluctant to get too involved,
> >> preferring to study from afar. While a forum like that could offer
> >> knowledge or practical help to scientists studying OSM, I'd also hope
> >> that the scientists could in return help us to learn more about our own
> >> community. There's much more to designing a survey than clicking around
> >> for an hour on survey monkey ;)
> >> I'm sure the OSMF would happily host (or pay for the use of) a survey
> >> platform that could then be used for such endeavours.
> >> Bye
> >> Frederik
> >> --
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