OOI Data System User Survey: Opportunity to Provide Feedback Extended to January 28th
January 14, 2022
Still time! OOI Data System Survey now closing 1/28/22
OOI Data System User Survey
The opportunity to provide feedback is extended to January 28th
The opportunity to participate in the survey on the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) data systems has been extended to Friday, January 28th.
We need your help evaluating new OOI data systems. In 2019, the OOI Facility Board’s Data Systems Committee (DSC) conducted a survey to learn how the OOI could better serve data to users. In response to the feedback received, the OOI program developed the Data Explorer, a refined and more capable interface for finding and accessing data. Now, the DSC is interested to hear your thoughts on this new data system as well as the other available systems, and to uncover potential ways of improving data access for users.
The DSC would greatly appreciate your participation in this survey, which will be used to improve the current data systems and help the committee form recommendations going forward. The survey should only take about 15 minutes to complete. Your participation is voluntary and your responses are anonymous. The survey will be open to all until January 28th. Click here for the OOI Data survey:
Your feedback is important. We hope to hear from you.
The OOIFB Data Systems Committee
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