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We need your help. Researchers and analysts who want to use data for evidence and policy cannot easily find out who else worked with the data, on what topics and with what results. As a result, good research is underused, great data go undiscovered and are undervalued, and time and resources are wasted redoing empirical work.

We want you to help us discover relationships between data sets, researchers, publications, research methods, and fields. We will use the results to create an open source rich context for empirical research – and build new metrics to describe data use.

Please help build the knowledge base by telling us which data (public or otherwise) you used in your most recent empirical publication. Fill out this simple survey.


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