A lot of the data you generate in your research comes from the same sources you would expect, such as Google search queries and the content of emails.
This means you are likely to have a fair amount of overlap with data you already have.
The good news is that there are some tools and services you can use to get a fair bit of your information into the hands of people who are more interested in understanding your data than they are in creating it.
Here’s a list of tools and tools that can help you get a bit of data from the internet, and get it to people you actually want to connect with.
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You will not see this list of data extraction tools, but if you’d like to learn more, we suggest you take a look at our Data extraction and visualization resources page.
If your data is valuable and you want to share it, we’d love to hear about it.
To start exploring these options, head over to our Data science & data science data science, data science & analytics, and data science resource pages.
What you need to know to do this: If you’re new to data extraction, we recommend that you read this introduction to data extractions for a refresher.