Select all that apply + the most important

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3 months 2 weeks ago #158105 by Jmantysalo
Jmantysalo created the topic: Select all that apply + the most important
I was asked to mimic a paper form that has a question of type "Underline some and circle one", like

"Underline the languages you could use for small talk, and circle the one you are best with: Catalan, English, Farsi, Swahili."

I guess that this one is impossible to solve, and the question must be divided (and use array_filter). But just to confirm I ask here, as there seems to be very knowledgeable people in the forum.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #158110 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important
Yes, you are right.

How did you imagine to implement this (which type of question)?

Underline some and circle one


There are other survey tools which save the order of the checks. But even then you cannot be sure that the respondent clicked in the right order.

The way is:
Multiple: Which languages
Single (with filter): Which best.

Best regards
Joffm

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3 months 2 weeks ago #158112 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important
Nope, you answered correctly - two questions, the second one filtered by the first.

Cheers,
Tony Partner
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3 months 2 weeks ago #158115 by Jmantysalo
Jmantysalo replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important

Joffm wrote: Yes, you are right.

How did you imagine to implement this (which type of question)?

Underline some and circle one


Click to underline, doubleclick to circle?

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3 months 2 weeks ago - 3 months 2 weeks ago #158120 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important
I think you want to use some text question, which you have to prefill with your languages.
Okay, and how do you imagine to store the result?

You see in this question type, double click marks the whole word, triple click the paragraph - as you are used in e.g. WinWord.

It's interesting, but then I have to say:
There are other survey tools - which you have to pay for - that include this feature. But as far as I know, only on one level.

IMO it's usable in a paper-pencil surveys, but not the first or second choice in an online survey.

Use the clean way. Two questions.

The same in your other question.
Never overload pages in an online survey. One page - one question.
Last Edit: 3 months 2 weeks ago by Joffm.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #158121 by Jmantysalo
Jmantysalo replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important

Joffm wrote: Okay, and how do you imagine to store the result?


Maybe as an array, where the first item would be circled one. But yes, it could be a bad idea with every possible implementation.

(Off-topic: You wrote earlier "There are other survey tools which save the order of the checks." For a very big survey that would be nice from a psychological viewpoint. Is there a difference between those that goes the list in order and those that first click the selections they are sure and then continue to others?)

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3 months 1 week ago #158127 by DenisChenu
DenisChenu replied the topic: Select all that apply + the most important
Or : array question type with answer : "use for small talk" and "best one" (code : best) and question and em_validation_q to countif("self",that.NAOK) <= 1 ( == 1 if you force one).

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