GLAM/OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey/Data

From Outreach Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
  Main page  


  Concept  


  Countries  


  Coordination  


  Data  


  FAQ  


  Implementation  


  Partners  


  Discuss  

Data for all countries[edit]

The datafile contains all data gathered so far. The data has been cleansed. In addition to the basic variables from the questionnaire it contains extra variables which may be useful for the analysis of the data:

Data per country[edit]

Country N contacted [1] N responses [2] Response rate [3] Resp. rate archives Resp. rate libraries Resp. rate museums Details resp. rates Data file
Brazil 3423 203 6.3% 13.3% 3.8% [4] 6.2% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Bulgaria 182 18 10.4% 14.3% 27.6% 6.8% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Finland 356 81 25.8% 50.0% 37.3% 20.6% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
New Zealand 317 35 12.0% 8.8% 12.8% 8.8% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Poland 669 79 12.0% 20.6% 17.3% 9.8% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Portugal 667 104 16.5% 37.0% 18.8% 13.6% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Spain 4982 267 5.9% 5.7% 5.6% 6.8% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.95: SAV, CSV
Switzerland
(and Fürstentum Liechtenstein)
1543
(of which 11 FL)
278
(of which 2 FL)
19.4% 27.1% 28.7% 16.2% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
The Netherlands 1393 146 12.3% 16.3% 14.6% 9.9% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
Ukraine 567 85 15.0% 9.8% 23.8% 13.9% Response Rates (HTML) Version 0.94: SAV, CSV
  1. Number of institutions which have been contacted (each institution is counted once, even if it has been contacted via several email addresses or through different channels, e.g. follow-up phone calls in addition to e-mail reminders; the number includes institutions which never received the e-mail invitation due to an invalid e-mail address)
  2. Number of institutions which have completed the questionnaire (almost) in full, i.e. institutions which have responded to at least 19 out of the 24 non-conditional questions of the questionnaire (or the equivalent number if some of the non-conditional questions were not included in a particular country).
  3. For the purpose of the calculation of the response rate, institutions which have started to fill in the questionnaire but dropped out after question A2 as they did not correspond to the survey's definition of heritage institutions, are counted as responses.
  4. The Brazilian contacts file contained many libraries that don't qualify as "heritage institutions" as it was impossible to filter them out based on the data available.

Basic Data Analyses[edit]

The links provided point to HTML files; the SPSS output files are available under the same file name, with the extension ".spv" instead of ".htm".

All Countries[edit]

Individual Countries[edit]

Special Analyses[edit]

Syntax Files[edit]

Documentation[edit]

Questionnaire[edit]

While most of the respondents filled in the online questionnaire, there is also a PDF version available for reference purposes:

See also: Documentation regarding the development of the questionnaire

Caveats and Limitations[edit]

A document listing the caveats and limitations of the survey is in preparation. In the meanwhile, the results of the data consistency checks, the analysis of response rates per question and the analysis of the self-selection bias which have been carried out on the basis of some of the datasets, can be found here:

Proceedings[edit]

Variables[edit]

Responses to Open Questions[edit]

Re-Use / How to Cite[edit]

We would love if the data and results of this project are reused, reanalysed and reinterpreted as much as possible. And of course, we would love to hear from you if you are actually using our data for your own research. And don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or comments: beat.estermann﹫bfh.ch

Below our suggestion how to cite the questionnaire and the datasets that are made available via this page:

Questionnaire:

Version 1: Estermann, B., Brinkerink, M., Echevarria, G, Kawęcka D., Marttila S., Pekel J., Sanderhoff, M., and Valente M. (2014) Questionnaire of the OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey 2014-2015 (Version 1, Fall 2014). Bern University of Applied Sciences, in cooperation with Open Knowledge's OpenGLAM Working Group. Retrieved [date] from http://survey.openglam.ch/questionnaire_en_v1_EUR.pdf

Version 2: Estermann, B., Brinkerink, M., Echevarria, G, Kawęcka D., Marttila S., Pekel J., Sanderhoff, M., and Valente M. (2014) Questionnaire of the OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey 2014-2015 (Version 2, Spring 2015). Bern University of Applied Sciences, in cooperation with Open Knowledge's OpenGLAM Working Group. Retrieved [date] from http://survey.openglam.ch/questionnaire_en_v2_EUR.pdf

If you are referring to a particular language version other than the English original version, you may also include the names of the translators; for this purpose, please refer to the list of translators.

The questionnaire is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.

Datasets: Estermann, B. (2015). Data File and Documentation, Public Use: OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey 2014-2015, [Country, Version]. Bern University of Applied Sciences, in cooperation with Open Knowledge's OpenGLAM Working Group. Available from http://survey.openglam.ch

The data files and the documentation are still work in progress. Once they are "finished", they will also be released under a free license.