The State of Open Data 2022: Survey now open!

Springer Nature, Figshare and Digital Science, would like to invite you to participate in this year’s State of Open Data Survey, the largest survey of its kind. This is your chance to help shape the future of open data.
The State of Open Data 2022: Survey now open!
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Springer Nature, Figshare and Digital Science, would like to invite you to participate in this year’s State of Open Data Survey, the largest survey of its kind. 

The aim of the survey is to find out about global experiences and attitudes towards sharing data, how you handle research data, the challenges that you face in regards to data, and its impact on workload and resources.  

If you are a researcher, we’d love to hear from you, no matter your institution, discipline or location. This is your opportunity to have your say.

To say thank you, we will be selecting five respondents at random after the survey closes on the 18th July to win a $100 gift card each. Every respondent will have the option to sign up to receive the report on the results as soon as it becomes available. 

On behalf of everyone at Springer Nature, Digital Science and figshare we want to thank everyone who has taken part in The State of Open Data Survey and for helping to shape the future of open data. 

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You can read the results of the 2021 survey here.

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