Survey Data Sample Clauses

Survey Data. This study used the nationwide stated preference (SP) survey conducted in spring 2017. We focus on the questions that evaluate respondents’ attitudes. Removing records with missing values, the total sample for this attitude analysis is 1,198. Four sets of questions were included in the questionnaire, each focused on one unique aspect of user attitudes, including:  Preferences for lifestyle and mobility options (labeled here as AT1),  Perceived benefits and concerns of shared mobility option (AT2),  Reasons toward or against private vehicle ownership (AT3), and  Motivations for and desired features of automated vehicles (AT4). Strongly disagree Disagree Indifferent Agree Strongly agree 100.0% 75.0% 50.0% 25.0% New Technology‐Would like to learn about and use new technologies New Technology‐Regularly use smartphone apps New Technology‐Highly engaged in online activities Multitasking‐ Prefer multitasking on my trip Multitasking‐Prefer doing one thing at a time Shared Mobility‐ Increase quality of my life Shared Mobility‐Traveling by myself is much more convenient Shared Mobility‐Hardly trust to travel with strangers Shared Mobility‐Save on my expenses Service Quality‐Choose a transportation option that is the cheapest Service Quality‐Transportation option must have the functionality Service Quality‐Choose fastest and easiest way to travel Driving is stressful I enjoy driving 0.0% Figure 1 shows the responses to general mobility preferences. A majority of the respondents would like to learn about and use new technologies (65.6%), regularly used smartphones (59.4%), and considered themselves highly engaged in online activities (60.7%). Around 48.7% of the respondents preferred concentrating on one activity at a time, while 43.1% preferred multitasking on commute trips. Figure 1 Preferences for lifestyle and mobility options (AT1). A significant portion of the sample (81.8%) preferred to travel alone due to convenience, 41.3% believed that shared mobility would increase the quality of life, and 52.1% believe that shared mobility would help save expenses. 58.8% of individuals expressed severe concerns about traveling with strangers. The most popular benefits of ridesourcing were found to be cost-effectiveness (56.2%) and reducing driving stress (54.0%) as presented in. Surprisingly, almost half of the respondents ranked multitasking and on-demand service with low priority. The top concerns were reported as higher travel time due to waiting and multiple pickup...
Survey Data. Schedule 3.13 lists all written contracts, agreements, or other like arrangements by and between ICR and any third party, the purpose, intent or effect of which restricts or in any way limits the ICR’s rights to use, store, display, manipulate, modify, disclose, assign, license (or sublicense), sell, lease or transfer any Survey Data (in whole or in part) provided to or collected by ICR. Except as identified on Schedule 3.13, all Survey Data may be sold, assigned, transferred or otherwise disclosed to Buyer through the transfer of Membership Interests in ICR as contemplated by this Agreement, and ICR’s rights to have full use and enjoyment of such Survey Data immediately following Closing, which shall include ICR’s rights to use, store, display, manipulate, modify, disclose, assign, license (or sublicense), sell, lease or transfer any Survey Data (in whole or in part), shall be free from any such restriction or limitation.
Survey Data. Grantee will share with the City any data it obtains in its normal course of business about PEG Channel viewership and demographics.
Survey Data. The NIH will share the survey responses with the Awardee institution. The Awardee and the NIH will keep the files in a secure location with limited access to avoid disclosure of trainees’ responses. Trainees will be made aware that their data will be shared with their institution. Prior to data analysis on survey data, email addresses will be stripped from the data and replaced with the trainees’ evaluation IDs. NIH will share the data from all surveys within thirty days after the survey closes.
Survey Data. The CEC administers the consortium-wide surveys. DPC awardees (BUILD and NRMN Phase
Survey Data. Preservation of Survey Control (Triangulation) ----------------------------------------------------------- Stations. Upon Lessor's request, Lessee shall furnish Lessor's General Manager -------- with a copy of all information, including but not limited to, maps, survey field books and traverse sheets, resulting from surveying performed on behalf of the Lessee within the leased premises. Lessee shall use due care to avoid the destruction of survey control or triangulation stations. However, if in Lessee's operations hereunder, it becomes necessary to destroy one of said survey control or triangulation stations, then Lessor shall be notified as soon as practicable in advance of such destruction. If such destruction does occur without said prior notice thereof being given to Lessor, then Lessee shall promptly reimburse Lessor for the cost of resetting said survey control or triangulation stations.
Survey Data. The respondents from School 3 reported 85% believed there was a clear academic vision for their school (Table 8). Table 8 Survey Question 1: Environment There is a clear academic vision for this school. 6% 0% 0% 3% 3% 6% 44% 38% Very Great Extent Great Extent Moderate Extent Small Extent Not At All I Don't Know This Blank No Answer Results show that 74% of School 3’s secondary teachers felt their school has high standards for studentsacademic achievement (Table 8.1). Table 8.1 Survey Question 2: Environment The school has high standards for student's academic achievement. 2% 0% 0% 6% 6% Very Great Extent 18% 39% Great Extent Moderate Extent Small Extent Not At All I Don't Know This Blank No Answer 29% There were 81% of the respondents from School 3 that believed their site administration encouraged collaboration amongst teachers to increase student learning (Table 8.2). Table 8.2 Survey Question 3: Support The site administration at this school encourages collaboration among teachers to increase student learning. 1% 0% 0% 6% 12% 23% 14% 44% Very Great Extent Great Extent Moderate Extent Small Extent Not At All I Don't Know This Blank No Answer School 3 reported 73% of their participating secondary teachers believed new teachers received the support they needed to be successful (Table 8.3). Table 8.3 Survey Question 5: Support New teachers receive the support they need to be successful. 0% 7% 21% 11% 3% 6% 29%
Survey Data. MatchLogic shall retain all ownership, right, title ----------- and interest in and to the Survey and Survey Data, including without limitation patents, patents pending, copyrights, trade secrets, source code, object code, datamarts and database architecture.
Survey Data. Utility as-builts and changes to plan, in 3rd order accuracy;
Survey Data. The CTRL administers each on-line CWEP survey. De-identified CWEP survey data is provided through a secured DPC online repository. Identifiable site-level survey data is only provided to authorized educational officials at individual awardee institutions and is subject to their local IRB governance.