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Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project - Experiment 267


Survey results. Attitude on importance of landscaping choices for ease of maintenance, supporting wildlife, native species, esthetics, privacy seclusion, tidiness.

Years Available: 2008

Principle Investigators

Baker, Larry
Hobbie, Sarah
Nelson, Kristen
McFadden, Joe
King, Jennifer

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ATTRIBUTES

FieldNameDefinitionUnitCode
1HH_IDThis field contains the Household ID. Each household that responded to the survey has a unique household ID. The ID is stored as a number that is up to 5 digits and is in the range of 1-15000. This ID allows survey response data in different tables to be related to each other.
2Veg_ChoiceThis field contains the response to question 16 as a categorical code. The question was "What criteria guide your landscape vegetation choices?"VEG1=Vegetation that creates a beautiful yard, VEG2=Vegetation that is easy to maintain, VEG3=Vegetation that supports wildlife, VEG4=Vegetation that is native to Minnesota, VEG5=Vegetation that provides privacy/seclusion, VEG6=Vegetation that is neat and orderly, VEG7=Other
3Veg_TextThis field contains the free form text that was written by the survey respondent if they checked OTHER (or a categorical code of VEG7). If no text was provided, this record is left blank.
 

SAMPLE DATASET

HH_IDVeg_ChoiceVeg_Text
1VEG2
9VEG1
9VEG2
9VEG3
12VEG2
12VEG3
16VEG5
16VEG7300 EVERGREEN TREES SHADE
21VEG3
21VEG1
21VEG4
21VEG5
   

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Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project: Survey results. Attitude on importance of landscaping choices for ease of maintenance, supporting wildlife, native species, esthetics, privacy seclusion, tidiness.

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