Basic data analysis can be performed directly in the application, namely within the tab 'ANALYSIS' - 'Statistics'. Here you can find:
- 'Sums': The 'Sums' function generates a summary of your survey analysis and is automatically generated when you open the 'Statistics' tab.
- 'Descriptives': Descriptive statistics are generated for each variable separately, such as the number of units, average, standard deviation, minimum and maximum.
- 'Frequencies': The frequency, i.e. the number of times that a response was selected, is displayed for answers for each variable.
- 'Crosstabs': These are contingency tables: first select the independent variable, then the dependent variable. The analysis of the overall results will be shown, and will establish if there is a correlation between the two variables or not.
- 'Multitables': This is a multi-dimensional table of categorical variables. You can select multiple variables and the table will show the total results.
- 'Means': This option allows you to generate calculations of averages by groups. First you select the independent variable, i.e. label it as a category, and then select the dependent variable.
- 'T-test': Allows you to verify the assumptions of statistical differences for two variables.
- 'Break': The analysis is broken based on the control variable. Select the variable by which you would like to break your information from the drop-down list.
For each analysis the results can be exported to PDF, MS Word and MS Excel formats. You can also create a link that you forward to selected individuals to give them an insight into these results/analysis, but this does not mean that they have access to your survey. Each table or chart can also be included in 'Custom Reports'.