ReBUILDetroit data can be accessed and analyzed for internal use or for presentations, publications, or grant proposals. These flow charts describe different scenarios for individuals who would like to request data or data reports from ReBUILDetroit. All documents will be reviewed by the Measurement and Evaluation (M&E) Committee.
You should begin consulting these flow charts and the accompanying documentation as soon as you have a hypothesis or an idea to explore.
1. Access to ReBUILDetroit Survey Data Results
|Are you a member of an authorized ReBUILDetroit Leadership group?|
(See ReBUILDetroit Data Sharing Definitions and Policies for list)
|You can directly access these data results in the ReBUILDetroit shared folder or complete the ReBUILDetroit Data Request Form|
|Read and complete the ReBUILDetroit Data Request Form and submit it to M&E|
Read this document prior to submission:
ReBUILDetroit Data Sharing Definitions and Policies
|Any researchers working on your proposed project |
who are outside of the ReBUILDetroit Leadership team must sign the ReBUILDetroit Data and Data Report Use Agreement
|Request a ReBUILDetroit Sponsor. Your sponsor must sign the ReBUILDetroit Sponsor Responsibilities and Agreement. You and all other relevant researchers must sign the ReBUILDetroit Data and Data Report Use Agreement|
|Are you going to present or publish any of these results externally?|
|To use ReBUILDetroit Data for presentations or publications, you must follow the protocols described in ReBUILDetroit Data Sharing Definitions and Policies and the relevant Publications and Presentations flow charts|
|These reports are confidential, and security must be maintained. Review the ReBUILDetroit Data Sharing Definitions and Policies|