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Hey, so I recently posted a survey on the internet as a method of collecting primary research data. The thing is, some people would like to see the results of the survey once the number of responses slow down a bit. I would personally love to share the results, but with IB being IB I don't know if it will come back to bite me in the ass. 

Am I allowed to make the results accessible by anyone? If I am, will I have to somehow prove that the results are 100% collected by me? Is it possible to be accused of plagiarism? If I'm not, when will I be able to do it?


Edited by Lord of the Pickles

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Tread carefully my friend, it may come back to bite you in the ....DO NOT PUBLISH ANYTHING ONLINE PRIOR TO SUBMISSION, AS YOU COULD PLAGERISE YOURSELF. 

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