Research Data Movement Survey
Aim of the Survey
This survey is designed to capture the data movement requirements of the Research sector. The survey will guide you through, and interrogate your research data lifecycle, identifying data workflows and data movement requirements.

The information collected from this survey will be used to help identify ways to configure, connect and support the development of bioinformatics infrastructure and resources nationally, through the Australian BioCommons. More information here: https://www.biocommons.org.au/. The results of the survey will help Australian research infrastructure providers troubleshoot issues and help to provide appropriate solutions for any inefficient or broken workflows.
Structure of the Survey
This survey is structured into 8 sections:

1. Data Capture
2. Data Generation
3. Data Analysis
4. Data Collaboration
5. Data Transport
6. Data Storage
7. Data Publishing
8. Best Examples

Each section has between 1 to 12 questions and the entire survey is estimate to take between 5 to 12 minutes in total.

The survey is completely anonymous. Email and IP addresses will not be captured automatically. However, at the end of the questionnaire you can choose to provide your email address if you consent for us to contact you if we require any clarifications. Under these circumstances, your email address and your responses to the questions in this tool will be collected by the Australian BioCommons project team which includes staff at various organisations (NCI, AARNet, Pawsey, ARDC, AAF, QCIF, Melbourne Bioinformatics). The information you provide will only be used by appropriate staff for the purpose for which it was collected, and will be protected against unauthorised access and use. NCI, AARNet, Pawsey, ARDC, AAF, QCIF, Melbourne Bioinformatics are all committed to protecting personal information provided by you in accordance with applicable privacy laws (including the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth) (“the Act”) and relevant state/territory legislation), and are governed by the Privacy Policy issued by each organisation or their respective legal parent organisation.
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