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CSDMS-SEN Survey
The goal of this survey is to capture the community's practices and perceptions about pairing experimental data and numerical models. This information will be used in the CSDMS-SEN 2017 Meeting.
Briefly describe the types of scientific questions you are trying to answer.
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Do you generate experimental data? If yes, please answer the relevant prompt questions below.
a) What type(s) of experimental data do you collect? b) Have you ever tried to find an existing model to explain your laboratory data? c) Were you successful? d) If so, what model(s) did you use? e) What were the main challenges in finding and using a model that was written by someone else? f) On a scale from 1 to 10 where 10 is the most difficult, how hard do you think it is to use someone else's existing model? Why? g) Have you written your own model to explain your laboratory data?
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Do you (or would you want to) utilize experimental data from others? If yes, please answer the relevant prompt questions below.
a) How does (or could) experimental data help you to answer scientific questions? b) If you write numerical models, have you ever tried to find existing laboratory data to use in your model? c) Were you successful? d) If so, what experimental data did you use and how did you find it? e) On a scale from 1 to 10 where 10 is the most difficult, how hard do you think it is to use someone else's existing data? Why? g) What are the main challenges in finding and using a data that was written by someone else?
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Have you heard of CSDMS Standard Names?
If yes, on a scale from 1 to 10 where 10 is the most difficult, how hard do you think it would be to translate your measured (lab) or modeled (model) variables to CSDMS standard names?
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What kinds of data formats do you work with?
(e.g. .csv, .xlsx, .nc, .cdf, .mat, .bin); On a scale from 1 to 10 where 10 is the most difficult, how hard to you think it would be to translate experimental data into a standard community-specified format for use in numerical models? Please add any relevant comments.
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What is an example of an ideal experimental data-numerical model pair that you work with or wish you could work with? What are the difficulties in achieving this pairing?
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