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BioSharing Survey: Help prioritize improvements to BioSharing capabilities

Dear Force11 members,

BioSharing works to map the landscape of community developed content standards in the life sciences, to ensure these are informative and discoverable, monitoring their (i) development, evolution and integration; (ii) implementation and use in databases; and (iii) adoption in data policies by funders and journals. More at

Recently, we asked the opinion of BioSharing Advisory Group members on the suitability of three basic questions about how BioSharing is perceived and how they envision its use. The set of responses we have received has helped us create a questionnaire whose purpose is to let us know which enhancements are most important.

Please could you take a few minutes to answer few questions, so that we can prioritize our improvements to BioSharing's capabilities in a way most appropriate to your needs:

Finally, feel free to share this with other groups or mailing lists that may be interested in contributing.

Allyson Lister
on behalf of the BioSharing Team (


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