Basic data analysis can be performed directly in the application, in the 'ANALYSIS' - 'Statistics' tab. Here you can see the following analyses:
- 'Summary': The summary shows a summary of the analysis of your survey and is also automatically generated when you open the 'Statistics' sub-tab.
- 'Descriptives': Descriptive statistics such as number of units, mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum are displayed for each variable.
- 'Frequencies': For each variable, you will see the frequencies of the responses, i.e. the number of times that response was selected.
- 'Crosstabs': These are contingency tables: first you select the independent variable, then the dependent variable. The analysis will show the overall results and indicate if there is a correlation between the two variables or not.
- 'Multitables': This is a multidimensional table of categorical variables. You can select several variables and the table will show the overall results.
- 'Means': With this option you can calculate means by group. First select the independent variable, or define it as a category, and then select the dependent variable.
- 'T-test': Allows you to test hypotheses about statistical differences between two variables.Only available for users with administrator status.
- 'Break': The analysis is broken down according to the control variable. Select the variable you would like to control or break your data by from the drop-down list.
Users of the 2KA and 3KA packages for individuals and users of the business packages for groups can export the results of certain analyses in PDF, MS Word or MS Excel format. Alternatively, you can create a public URL that you can share with any number of people to allow them to see these results/analyses, but this does not mean that they have access to your survey. You can also include each table or graph in a 'Custom Report'. Custom Reports are only available to users of the 3KA package for individuals, and users of the business packages for groups.