To help with keeping the results straight I made a wiki with documentation of the survey questions / survey logic and some of the images from the Figshare survey on the DataONE wiki. See <http://openwetware.org/wiki/DataONE:Open_Research_Output_Early_Adopters_Study>.
On a linked "results" page, I uploaded some of the raw figures from the statistical analysis package – not figures that were ultimately submitted to D-Lib (except for median age, which I did use in the manuscript).
In my most recent open notebook entry concerning Figshare data, I mentioned creating a .dat file from the .sav file you sent me and contemplated the future of that data in terms of curation. (I learned last summer that a tab delimited .dat file is best for long term curation and access, since it is not proprietary).
I am interested in uploading the dataset (.dat file) to either the wiki or Figshare to a) preserve it and b) provide access to it.
For the moment I favor the wiki because although I created the .dat file, I did not create the original data and it does not seem ethical to upload the file to my personal Figshare account.
I don’t know that the IRB allows the raw survey data to be posted online.
Can you advise on my interest in posting this data online?