After activating your survey and collecting sufficient response data, it's time to look into your survey statistics
to get an idea of the response distribution.
Starting out from the survey summary, navigate to the tab 'Responses' and click on 'Responses & statistics'
for anything statistics-related.
The response summary gives you a short overview of the amount of collected responses, 'Display responses'
is table containing respondents' selected answers. 'Data entry' allows you to add response data entries
to your survey manually if needed. 'Export' and 'Import' enable response and survey exports and imports.
importantly, the tab statistics helps you visualise your response data by offering great filter possibilities
with regard to data selection, response IDs, output format, output options and response filters. On top of
all of this, you can choose between a statistics 'Simple mode' and a statistics 'Expert mode'.
Set your filters and click on 'View statistics'. You may then change the individual graph types and export
If these statistics don't satisfy your needs, you have the possibility of exporting your response data to
various other tools such as Excel, SPSS, R, Stata, CSV or PDF.