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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #111988

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I have a survey which has 32 questions in 4 sections.
the first section will drive the further questions of survey.
my question is
Enter the sex
options
male
female

if it is male then the survey should continue else the survey should end.
I didn't see a way to do it.
Any help from anyone please
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #111997

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The solution is: set condition sex=='male' on each later group.
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112005

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Or put a quota of 0 on "female" - manual.limesurvey.org/quotas
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112013

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How do i set condition for a group i see conditions that can be set for particular questions only not for a whole group
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112014

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it doesn't work. does the survey has to be active to test this or it can be tested in before too.
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112016

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manual.limesurvey.org/Creating_a_question_group
Show/Hide groups conditionally
But is the example correct? Should numKids = 3 not be numKids == 3 ?
I have hundreds of surveys that use this feature with ==).
The survey does not have to be active.
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112018

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I went to the Expression Manager but i don't see any place where i can say hide this group.
I saw the examples for my screen is not same. i don't see a place to do that.
I am using in a Windows Server 2008.
PHP 5.5
xampp

here is the screen

shot once i click expression manager
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112021

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In your case the best / simples solution is the "zero" quota that Tpartner suggested.

For quotas to work, your survey needs to be active.
Have a look at the manual! It is a really valuable source for information. Here some helpful links:
Manual (EN) | Question Types | Question Attributes | Workarounds

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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112023

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fransmarcelissen wrote:
But is the example correct? Should numKids = 3 not be numKids == 3 ?
You're totally right !!!!

Can you fix it please :)

And for Quota to 0 : survey need to be activated .
PS: If omeone can put a featre request to test quota at 0 even if survey is not activated ...
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112024

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to Holch,
how do i even add that kind of condition.
I have logic for show hide question it is working fine without the survey being active.
My conditions is i have to end the survey in middle if the answer if the answer to a question is different.
I don't see a place in the survey tool where i can add that kind of logic....
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112027

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It is not "conditions", it is quota that you need.

Here is how to use them: manual.limesurvey.org/quotas

If you set the quota value for the answer "female" to "0", the survey will be ended there. You can set the message that is shown to respondends who are "screened out" (that is how we call this process in market research, if someone does not fit into the target group for a survey).
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112028

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Looks like there is a Field called Relevance Equation in each question group we can write the conditions with the question code and answers to make it visible

like

Sex=="Male"
it will be visible only when sex is male else it will be hidden.
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112029

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Correct. This is the other option. But I would only use this, if there are still questions to answer for them. However, from what you described, you are not interested in the answers of "female" respondents in this case, because they are not part of the target group. So why have a condition in every single question/group that follows instead of just saying thank you and finish the survey for them at this point with a zero quota?
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112034

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Holch may be right that quota is a better solution. But the filter is still a very useful solution for more complicated situations(and it also works when the survey is not active).
If you cannot find it, look at the attached screendump.
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End the survey with a specific answer. 1 year 5 months ago #112037

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No doubt that the filter / condition is a VERY useful tool. Because sometimes there are questions, that just make sense for a certain target.

Why should I ask someone what the brand of his car is, when he answered before that he doesn't have a car.
Have a look at the manual! It is a really valuable source for information. Here some helpful links:
Manual (EN) | Question Types | Question Attributes | Workarounds

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