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Name
Label/Question

user's id

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

SPSS (user uses a point and click interface for statistical analyses. Geared towards beginner and intermediate statistics users)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

SAS (user uses programming for statistical analyses. Geared toward advanced statistics users)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

Stata (user uses one line commands for statistical analyses. Geared for beginner to advanced statistics users)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in descriptive statistics (e.g., means, variance, graphs, charts)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in chi-square (frequency tests)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in correlation (test of variation between two variables)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in regression (prediction of one variable based on other variables)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in t-tests (testing the difference between two groups)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in ANOVA (testing the difference among several groups)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in factor analysis (reducing number of variables and finding patterns)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in cluster analysis (grouping objects into categories)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

interest in GIS

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

Making my own maps (e.g., mapping out opinion poll surveys or voting patterns)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

Mapping out variables (e.g., where high rates of poverty are in Rhode Island, high mortality rates from the tsunami in the Indian Ocean, residuals of a regression analysis)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

Finding out traffic patterns and routes (e.g., what the best pattern is for the delivery of services)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

How would you rate your data skills (obtaining data, changing formats, importing and analyzing data in different software packages)

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

How easy is it to find government information?

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

How interested are you in using Executive Branch information (e.g., Regulations, Statutes, Executive Orders, Agencies)?

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

How interested are you in using Congressional Branch information (e.g., Bills, Hearings)?

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

How interested are you in using Judiciary Branch information (e.g., Court Cases)?

Taken from: Social Sciences Data and Government Information Feedback Survey, October 2005 [United States] - Main Data.

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