Question of ethics that I want to throw out to the room: I'm having issues with my write up that I am considering posting online of this project I did last month because I'm not positive how comfortable I am making the data public, which would affect what I say or if I even post about it at all. It's three columns with randomized ID number, open-ended response to "Why do you think military members and veterans are committing suicide? Be as general or as specific as you prefer.", and "yes"/"no"/non-answer to a question--I don't have the exact wording atm--asking if they have ever attempted suicide in their lifetime. It's all anonymous and I would be amazed if anyone were able to identify any participant from just these columns, so I have permission from the study's lead to make it public, but it feels a bit skeevy to me to make it public when I don't think any participant was given the opportunity to opt out of publishing any of their responses especially considering how sensitive this specific subject is.