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Subject: Re: [pki-survey] Survey analysis

Thanks, Peter. This looks like a great start!

I'll work on analyzing textual comments and
correlations, adding conclusions, and putting
on finishing touches. I should have a draft for
Paul and Terry to review tomorrow.

If Paul and/or Terry get me comments promptly,
we can send a draft to the PKI TC on Friday for
them to review before our PKI TC meeting the
following Wednesday.

Thanks for your work,


Peter Doyle wrote:
> Attached is a draft "nicely formatted report with charts and graphs" (same
> doc in Word and PDF formats).
> I have included respondent quotes but have not had time to analyze the
> correlation of these comments to each respondent's experience.
> Neither have I had time to complete the Conclusions section in the draft
> report; Steve/Paul/Terry - can one of you address this next week as part of
> your review and preparation of a final doc to go to the TC on 11 July?
> I am out of the office now (partly on holidays) till 14 July so cannot help
> any further but hopefully have taken it a long way for you to now finish
> off.
> Regards,
> Peter
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Hanna [mailto:steve.hanna@sun.com]
> Sent: 27 June 2003 23:06
> To: PKI TC Survey SC
> Subject: [pki-survey] Survey analysis
> Paul's estimate of the time required to analyze the
> survey results was better than mine. I just spent
> about two and a half hours analyzing the demographics.
> Oh, well! Here is a PDF file that includes that analysis.
> I noticed a few minor glitches in Paul's analysis.
> For instance, the number responding "Not an Obstacle"
> for "Too Much Legal Work Required" should be 22%. This
> means that the number not responding to that obstacle
> is not 17% as we thought, but a more normal 4%.
> I did not have time to look for correlations between
> the demographics and the obstacles or uses. I will do
> that when I return July 8 (or someone else can do it
> before then, if they like). Sorry! I have attached a
> copy of my spreadsheets with demographics included
> (in StarOffice and Excel formats), in case someone
> else wants to tackle the correlation issue.
> I also didn't have time to write up the minutes
> from today's concall. The gist of it was that we
> reviewed the results of the survey and found them
> informative and somewhat illuminating, if not
> surprising. We agreed on specific action items
> (listed below) that will allow us to promptly
> write up a detailed analysis of the survey.
> We agreed that a follow-up survey will be required
> in order to better understand the primary obstacles
> and determine the best ways to address them. We want
> to conduct this survey July 15-August 15 so that we
> can have the results by the end of August and kick
> off September with a PKI TC meeting (maybe face-to-face)
> on ways to address these obstacles. We also want to have
> EEMA and others get involved with reviewing and commenting
> on our survey analysis.
> We agreed that we will focus first on writing up
> an analysis of the survey results, aiming to have
> that completed and sent to the PKI TC by July 11.
> We will ask the PKI TC to review the analysis and
> get us comments ASAP. We will also suggest to them
> the plan of action outlined above and ask for their
> comments on or approval of this plan. We will also
> ask them to approve distributing the analysis to
> the survey respondents.
> Action Items for Survey Analysis
> --------------------------------
> 1) Analyze demographics (Steve, due June 27)
> 2) Look for strong correlations between demographics
>    and obstacles or uses (Steve, due June 27)
> 3) See if results change when inexperienced respondents
>    are removed (Paul, due July 3?)
> 4) Analyze textual responses, relate to experience
>    and/or involvement (Peter, due July 4)
> 5) Analyze respondents who supplied email addresses
>    to see if they are representative of the respondents
>    as a whole (Steve, due July 9)
> 6) Prepare a nicely formatted report with charts and
>    graphs (Peter, first draft due July 4)
> 7) Review and revise report as needed (Paul and Steve,
>    due July 11)
> Thanks,
> Steve
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