If you click on the 'ANALYSE' - 'Statistics' tab and select 'Crosstabs' from the drop-down menu ('Select:'), you have the option of setting up a two-dimensional table of two variables where you can look at how they are correlated.
In the first drop-down menu you select the independent variable and in the second drop-down menu you select the dependent variable. The system generates a correlation table with frequencies and colored boxes according to the correlation. To the right of the selected variables you can also select 'residuals'. The legend of the correlation according to the residuals is shown on the left below the table. If you want the results in percentages, then select the 'Percentage' option above. You can also choose to display graphs for the table by turning on the 'Show graphs' option. The left-hand side above the table displays the Chi-square coefficient.
2KA and 3KA package users as well as users of the business packages for groups can export the Crosstabs table to PDF, MS Word or MS Excel formats. These users can also analyse satatistics with advanced analysis options and filter them according to segments, zoom, groups, variables, conditions, missing values, time period and unit status.
The analysis settings are located in the upper right corner in the form of a 'wheel' icon. Here you can set:
- Basic analysis view:
- Among other things, you can specify which types of questions and categories are displayed (categories, category other, numbers, text questions) - all are displayed by default.
- Basic analysis settings:
- Decimal settings.
- Chart settings:
- Font size,
- Position of numerus,
- Display average on the chart.