IBPSA-USA Building Data Exchange Survey
In this survey, the term data model refers to any electronic method used to convey or store information that is used in the design, analysis, and operational performance of buildings. This can include schemas, files, spreadsheets, etc. either developed by the user themselves or by third parties.
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Which of these best describes your work category? (Select One) *
What type of analyses do you typically perform or consume? (Select As Many As Apply)
Which data models do you typically use in your workflow? (Select As Many As Apply)
What data do you collect from outside your organization? (Select As Many As Apply)
How do you store and catalog the collected data? (Select As Many As Apply)
Who do you share your data with? (Select As Many As Apply)
What methods do you use for sharing the data? (Select As Many As Apply)
In which of these workflows do you currently make use of data models: (Select As Many As Apply)
The data models used are created by: (Select As Many As Apply)
Which of your workflow tasks could be improved with a better data model? (Select As Many As Apply)
Which data models are particularly useful in your workflow? (Select As Many As Apply)
Which data models are particularly difficult to use in your workflow? (Select As Many As Apply)
Which groups or parties do you wish you could more easily share data? (Select As Many As Apply)
Briefly describe how you make use of the data models.
Please share any other thoughts you have about the use of data models in your workflow:
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