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Advanced Statistic 7 months 4 days ago #99843

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Hi,

I built a survey where students at our faculty can evaluate the teaching. In the survey I have two questions with select-fields. Each question has the same answer-options (the user is asked for the two subjects he studied, so e.g. he answers in question 1 english and question 2 maths ore vice versa).

When creating the statistics for the survey I'm able to select answer-sets according to subjects, so i get all the answers for students who studied math in 1st subject and greek in 2nd subject.

Is there any way to filter the answer-sets like "where subject1 is english OR subject2 is english", so that I get all the answers from students who studied english??

By now I just found out how to filter the answer-sets where either subject1 is english, subject2 is english or both are english (wich results in 0 answer-sets as this not a combination anyone gives).

I hope there is someone who understands my problem and is probably able to help me. :)

Thanks for your help in advance :)

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Advanced Statistic 7 months 3 days ago #99850

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LimeSurvey is primarily intended for collecting the data. On top of that it offers basic filtering / reporting for quick insights but when you want a little more then that you need to export the data to your favorite program (excel, spss, r etc.) and analyze it there.
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Advanced Statistic 7 months 3 days ago #99864

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Hey Menno,

thanks for your reply :)

I thought, maybe there is a way to solve the problem with another question type?
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