Show simple item record Wernert, Julie Wernert, Eric Fischer, Jeremy Terhune, Heather Bowers, Ashley Miller, Therese Stewart, Craig A. 2014-02-17T18:31:59Z 2014-02-17T18:31:59Z 2/14/2014
dc.description Please direct any questions regarding the data, data collection, methods used in the administration of this survey and/or the summarization of responses provided in this document (or the corresponding report) to Julie Wernert at Indiana University, en
dc.description.abstract This document represents the data (and associated analysis) collected in the 2012 Software Sustainability Survey, conducted as part of the National Science Foundation EAGER grant (NSF Award #1147606, PI Craig Stewart, et al.) entitled “Best Practices and Models for Sustainability for Robust Cyberinfrastructure Software.” The survey aimed to identify the best practices and models required for developing, deploying, and supporting robust, sustainable cyberinfrastructure software, as well as to identify key factors users consider in software adoption. Further, the survey attempted to aggregate attitudes about the importance of sustained software in scientific research. en
dc.description.sponsorship National Science Foundation en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.rights Copyright 2014 by the Trustees of Indiana University. This content is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license en
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dc.subject open-source software, cyberinfrastructure, sustainability, engineering, reusability, adoption, development, NSF, dataset, EAGER en
dc.title "Best Practices and Models for Sustainability for Robust Cyberinfrastructure Software” - Survey Dataset and Analyses en
dc.type Dataset en
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