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2 years 9 months ago #116939 by JoLa01
JoLa01 created the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
Hello,
I’m a LimeSurvey newcomer and have the following question:
I’ve created the following array-question:



Is it in LimeSurvey possible to display the “statistics” like on the following screenshot (from Survey-Monkey)? If yes, HOW?





Thanks!
Jo
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2 years 9 months ago - 2 years 9 months ago #117195 by JoLa01
JoLa01 replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
Hello,
I'm not sure how I can interpret the 0 answers:
- Is it not possible to display result "statistics" of array-questions in that way?
- Is my question stupid or not understandable?
Regards
Jo

JoLa wrote: Hello,
I’m a LimeSurvey newcomer and have the following question:
I’ve created the following array-question:



Is it in LimeSurvey possible to display the “statistics” like on the following screenshot (from Survey-Monkey)? If yes, HOW?





Thanks!
Jo

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2 years 9 months ago #117204 by holch
holch replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
Here is the page of the manual of the statistics section. I currently don't have an active survey with results to check on how the results would look like.

manual.limesurvey.org/statistics

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2 years 9 months ago #117205 by holch
holch replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
And just to answer your question "I'm not sure how I can interpret the 0 answers:":

Here some other options:
- No one who knows the answer saw the post
- No one wanted to answer this (in their spare time)
- etc.

I found a matrix in a survey with results and here is how the display looks like:



For each subquestion, there is such a table. So it doesn't look exactly like with the Monkey.

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2 years 9 months ago #117206 by JoLa01
JoLa01 replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
Hello,

thanks for your answers. I also found only this option to display results of array questions. So I was wondering if also the results-display option which is provided in Monkey exists as it gives a very good overview. But this possibility might not exist even if it would be very useful for my point of view.

Anyway when it exists in LimeSurvey, but it's not so easy to find, hopefully some of your other options lead to sucess and somebody who knows sees the post and has time to answer.

I'll in between try to make my "nice" overview-results tables in Excel.

Greetings
Jo

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2 years 9 months ago #117207 by holch
holch replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
I don't think there is any other option than this.

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2 years 9 months ago #117214 by fransmarcelissen
fransmarcelissen replied the topic: Array/Matrix Statistics
In my humble opinion limesurvey is not a statistical program or report generator, and should not be this, other programs can do the job better. The kind of output you want is much easier to generate with a program like R. If you want the tables immediately after filling in the survey you can pass the results to a report generator with the end url or a link on the end page. If you want to see this I can show an example (in dutch).In this a aproach the table is not generated within limesurvey, but immediately after filling in the survey. You could also generate the table using a webservice (but I never tried to do this).
Frans

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