Map Control Editor options

You can decide for the whole map control whether areas change when a respondent clicks on them or whether they change when the mouse/cursor is over them.

Rotating a polygon shape

Open the Map Control Editor rotate dialog by right-clicking a polygonal shape and selecting Rotate from the context menu. Right Rotate the selected shape right (clockwise) Left Rotate the selected shape left (anti-clockwise) Degrees Select the number of degrees to rotate. Select 90, 180 or 270 degree rotation or select Free and enter the number of degrees […]

Testing a pattern

If the test fails either the text does not fit the pattern or the pattern needs editing. Result and Modify Case only alter the way the data is displayed in the analysis.

Character selection dialog

The Character selection dialog allows you to select specific characters to use in a pattern. Characters Use Control with left-click or Shift with left-click to select the characters you wish to use. Case Sensitive Select to make your selection case-sensitive.

Repeat pattern components

The Repeat dialog allows you to specify how often a component or pattern repeats. Once only No repeat (default). Exactly The component repeats the specified number of times. Optional The component is optional (not required for match). Up to The component is mandatory but cannot repeat more than the specified number of times. 0 or […]

Match Pattern dialog

The Match Pattern dialog is used to define text to be matched. Match Enter the text string and patterns to match. Select and right-click to apply repeats to the selected text. Right-click in the field to insert components. Right-click to display context menu. Repeat Open the repeat dialog to specify how often a component or character can […]

Component properties dialog

The component properties dialog is used to create components to use in patterns. Components are essentially patterns that can only be used within the parent pattern. They allow you to specify repeats of groups of characters, and to identify elements within a pattern match. Name Name for the component. Should be as specific as possible. […]

Patterns properties dialog

The Pattern properties dialog allows you to view or create patterns. Patterns define the format of the data that a respondent should enter when they are completing the questionnaire. Snap XMP Desktop comes with a library of patterns. You can also create your own patterns. Viewing the patterns Name Name for the pattern. Label More detail […]

Custom columns widths

You can customise the column widths in a report using the Page Layout instruction. Number of columns Specify the number of columns. The maximum is 10 columns. Gap between Specify the gap between columns as a percentage of the page or screen. The maximum is 10%. Columns This grid shows the column widths. Set the column […]

Style properties

In Style mode  , clicking the Style Properties button  opens the Style Properties dialog for the currently selected style. Name This is the name of the question style. Based On The name of the style that is the basis for the question style. Next Object The question style that is automatically created after the current question. Next […]