Low level relevance equations

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10 months 3 days ago #158705 by Matadeleo
Matadeleo created the topic: Low level relevance equations
Hi,

With the newer versions of LimeSurvey, one of my favourite features is the option to make a relevance equation on the sub-question level however, list(radio) and other single choice questions don't seem to have this functionality.

Is there a reason this isn't possible, or is this something which will be added in future releases? At the moment I'm working around this by creating a multiple choice with all options exclusive + max 1 answer, not the most elegant solution :P

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10 months 2 days ago #158709 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Hello, Matedeleo,
maybe an option is to create a hidden multiple question, check the desired oprtions with an equation and use this Multi as Matrix filter of the single choice question.

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10 months 2 days ago #158710 by Matadeleo
Matadeleo replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Hi Joffm, that's a nicer way to do it thanks.

I just wonder if in future releases, will LimeSurvey support Relevance equation for answer options as well as subquestions :)

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10 months 1 day ago #158775 by Matadeleo
Matadeleo replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Actually, now I think of it - this solution wouldn't work! If the Multi is an array/matrix filter for the single choice, then it will work, but when you hide that, it will break it

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10 months 1 day ago #158806 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Hi, Matadeleo,

here a small example.
The first question is just to select something.
Then the equations and the hidden Multi.
At last the filtered Single.

Best regards
Joffm

Maybe I misunderstood your problem.


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10 months 1 day ago - 10 months 1 day ago #158840 by Matadeleo
Matadeleo replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Here is the setup:


Q1 (Single Choice)

Q2Equation (Equation) -> Always Hide this question
{Q2Filter_1=if(Q1.NAOK == "1", "Y", "")}

Q2Filter (Multiple Choice) -> Always Hide this question

Q2 (Single Choice)
Array Filter: Q2Filter


If you make Q2Filter -> Always Hide this question then Q2 Answer Options will not be shown. Hiding the question seems to disable it, instead of simply hiding it.

The solution I did to this, is to simply make a CSS class in the template editor @ template.css
.displayNone {
    display: none;
}

Then apply this to the question via "Advanced Settings -> CSS class(es): displayNone"
Last Edit: 10 months 1 day ago by Matadeleo. Reason: Added solution, hope it helps

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10 months 1 day ago #158841 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Hi,
but in my example it works with "always hide", or didn't it?

On the other side there is a predefined class "hidden" which you can set in "advanced settings / css-class".

Regards
Joffm


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10 months 1 day ago #158844 by Matadeleo
Matadeleo replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
Doesn't work with always hide :P have to use the css class to hide

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10 months 20 hours ago - 10 months 20 hours ago #158851 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: Low level relevance equations
You can use a question class "hidden" to hide the question without any changes to template.css.

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Tony Partner
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