Data Contract Condition Language for:
Displaced New Orleans Residents Survey
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May 26, 2013, 2:36 am
Data used for statistical purposes
DNORPS Restricted Use data will only be used for scientific research and aggregate statistical reporting.
No administrative uses of data
No attempt whatsoever will be made to determine the identity of participants in the DNORPS.
No redistribution of data
The DNORPS Restricted Use data or derived files will not be transferred to anyone else other than co-investigators, staff members, and students working
directly under the Restricted Data Investigator's supervision.
Training & Awareness
You agree to insure that anyone working with the restricted data you downloaded follows these rules in their use of the data.
Acknowledge RAND and RGSPI as the source of the DNORPS in all presentations, reports, and publications based on these data. The acknowledgement should substantially follow the following form: "This research is based on data from the Displaced New Orleans Residents Pilot Study conducted by the RAND Corporation."
No tables will be presented or published with individual cell counts below five (5) cases.
If the identity of any individual, household, or community is discovered inadvertently by you or by someone working with you, then you agree to the following:
1. No use will be made of this knowledge;
2. RAND will be advised of the incident immediately at email@example.com;
3. You will destroy or safeguard the information that would identify an individual as requested by RAND; and
4. You will not inform anyone else of the discovered identity or methods you used to discover this identity
Annual/progress report required
An annual report is not required, but researchers must provide citation information:
Citations for any papers, articles, books, working papers, presentations at
professional meetings or conferences, or other publications that used the
DNORPS data will be provided to the DNORPS project by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). We also ask that you send us copies of these publications. Electronic copies are preferred, although hard copies are accepted (contact us at email@example.com for our mailing address).