Andy Lester

NAME

Data::PerlSurvey2007 - Data results and simple code for the results of Perl Survey 2007

VERSION

Version 1.00

SYNOPSIS

Now you can do your own analyses of the data from Perl Survey 2007.

    use Data::PerlSurvey2007;

    my @responses = Data::PerlSurvey2007::read_responses( 'results.csv' );

Each element of the responses coming back is a hashref that looks like this

    {
      'Attended Perl Mongers' => '1',
      'Attended Perl Mongers (non-local)' => '0',
      'Attended conference' => '1',
      'Attended conference (non-local)' => '0',
      'CPAN modules maintained' => '12',
      'Contributed to CPAN' => '1',
      'Contributed to Perl 5' => '0',
      'Contributed to Perl 6' => '0',
      'Contributed to other projects' => '1',
      'Contributed to websites' => '1',
      'Country of birth' => 'au',
      'Country of residence' => 'au',
      'Date survey completed' => '2007-07-26 12:49:37',
      'ID' => '25',
      'Income' => '80000-89999',
      'Industry/ies' => [
                          'Internet',
                          'Real Estate'
                        ],
      'Led other projects' => '1',
      'Other programming languages known' => [],
      'Perl versions' => [
                           '5.005',
                           '5.6.1',
                           '5.8.4',
                           '5.8.5',
                           '5.8.8'
                         ],
      'Perlmonks' => '0',
      'Platforms' => [
                       'BSD - FreeBSD',
                       'Linux - Debian',
                       'Linux - Ubuntu',
                       'Mac OS/X',
                       'Windows XP'
                     ],
      'Posted to Perl Mongers list' => '1',
      'Posted to other list' => '1',
      'Presented at conference' => '1',
      'Primary language spoken' => 'English',
      'Programming languages known' => [
                                         'JavaScript',
                                         'MOO',
                                         'PHP',
                                         'Ruby'
                                       ],
      'Proportion of Perl' => '90',
      'Provided feedback' => '1',
      'Sex' => 'female',
      'Subscribed to Perl Mongers list' => '1',
      'Subscribed to other list' => '1',
      'Year of birth' => '1975',
      'Years programming (total)' => '22',
      'Years programming Perl' => '11'
    },

FUNCTIONS

read_responses( $filename )

Reads in the responses from $filename and returns an array of them.

split_csv( $str )

Split the CSV fields into individual columns, and get rid of the quotes.

AUTHOR

Andy Lester, <andy at petdance.com>

BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-data-perlsurvey2007 at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Data-PerlSurvey2007. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Data::PerlSurvey2007

You can also look for information at:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2007 Andy Lester, all rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.