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Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57858

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i would like to implement maxdiff questions in my survey but the java script stated on this page ( docs.limesurvey.org/tiki-index.php?page=...axDiff_question_type )is not working :(

it should be something like that

most important least important

x fun
stability
influence x

it is important that the respondent can only rate ONE item in each of the rows (one for most important/one for least important)!

is someone out there who know a solution to this problem? it would be very helpful because it is the last but most crucial step in designing my survey. thank you! :)
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57860

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Hello,

Can't you use an Array question ?
fun, stability, influence as answer
most important, least important as sub-question
Last Edit: 3 years 7 months ago by DenisChenu.
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57862

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hi! yes, i do...but the respondents have still the possibitliy to check more than one item in both rows...and i don't want them to do this :/
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57863

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ah..ok...wait i minute...i'll try it right now...thx :)
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57864

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YOU SAVED MY DAY!!! THX A LOT! Only one question left...do you know how i geht the answers in the middle of the question (most important/question/least important)?
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 7 months ago #57865

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do you know how i geht the answers in the middle of the question
You will need to use script similar to the workaround to do that.
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 3 months ago #63879

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Hi Guys!

Mm I have the same problem as abfab. I actually need exaclty this what is demonstrated in this page: MaxDiff question

I'm trying to use the scripto provided in this link:
Workaround:Creat a maxdiff question type
and for some reason it doesn't work. The survey number is 29689, group 635 and question 10075. :S I need help!!

It seems not to make any effect. When using firebug, it points this error:

"Missing formal parameter"
function maxDiff(10075, 'You cannot select this answer twice.') {
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Re: Best-worst scaling/diffmax 3 years 2 months ago #63909

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Please post a sample survey with your code.
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