Is the Survey Saved if the Respondent Does Not Answer a Certain Question?
All surveys that the respondents had accessed are saved in the database, regardless of whether the survey was fully or partially filled out, or left blank. If the respondent did not answer a specific question, a missing value will be displayed in the database next to the applicable variable.
According to the default settings, data review and analysis do not include empty or invalid units where NO question had been answered, e.g. a respondent only clicked on the survey link and left after the introduction. Invalid units (by status) can be included in the analysis with the help of advanced settings.
- Are Mobile Surveys Supported by 1KA?
- How Safe Is It to Store Data on 1KA?
- How Do I Clear My Browser’s Cookies?
- How Is the Tool Tested?
- What Kind of Customer Support Does 1KA Offer?
- Why Did Several Respondents From the Same IP Address Completed the Survey?
- How Do I Quote / Cite the Use of 1KA in My Work?
- Where Does Free Help End?
- What Is the Limitation on the Number of Questions and Respondents?
- Is the Survey Saved if the Respondent Does Not Answer a Certain Question?
- My Survey Has Very Few Responses (N)
- What About Underage Respondents?
- How Do I Change or Update My Browser?
- Your First Survey
- Detailed Computations of Questionnaire Usability
- Granting Access to Helpdesk
- 1KA Registration and Login
- Status of Units, Relevance, Validity and Missing Values
- Setting up a Static First Page (Introduction)
- Survey Data, Paradata, Identifiers, and System Variables
- Using the IP Address and Cookies to Control Duplicate Entries
- The Response Rate
- Quality Index (Reminder Tracking)
- Criteria for Usable Respondents
- Interruptions (BETA)