Creating reports that include automatic text

Smart Reports can be re-run using the latest data to produce an up-to-date report. You can easily re-run reports and know that once you have set up the report the way you like it, it will be reproduced like that every time you run it. In Snap XMP, reports are built up using instructions. These […]

Including the number of filtered cases in a report instruction

Often a report is run using a filter to view a subset of the overall response data. Including the filter information and number of filtered cases gives the recipient of the report a clear description of the data they are viewing. In Snap XMP, you can include the filter and the number of filtered cases […]

Adapting the Summary Report

The Summary Report is one of the standard reports provided with Snap XMP Desktop. This report generates a chart, table or list for each question in the questionnaire. The analyses used for each question: This worksheet describes how to adapt the Summary Report to reflect your organisation’s needs and branding. This worksheet covers how to: […]

Adding benchmarks and recommendations to reports by overtyping cells

You can enter your own data within a table for use elsewhere by overtyping cell values, and row and column labels in analysis tables. This is most useful for Showing improvement recommendations for the least satisfactory aspects of service Showing benchmarked data in tables or charts This data can be used in an analysis, such […]

Cell Referencing

You can use table cell references to insert the content of a table cell in reports and analyses. Create the table containing the data that you want to use, and then insert a table cell reference where you need the data. You can use references to the row labels, column labels and the table cells […]

Conditionally including content in your reports

You can set up conditions on parts of your report so they will only be put in the report if the conditions are met. You enter conditions in the N/A field on a report instruction. Conditions can be applied to any instruction that puts content in the report. These are: The conditions must be a […]

Introduction to Smart Reporting

A Smart report comprises a series of report instructions which include images, text, analyses, and even other reports. Instructions are the building blocks of Smart Reporting. An instruction can: Set page properties (number of columns, orientation, page numbering etc.) Establish contexts (to specialise analyses and texts to a particular viewpoint) Execute analyses (charts, tables, response […]

Tables and charts showing means and significances

The significance is calculated by comparing the mean of one category with another using the t-test. The t-test establishes the significance of the fact that the mean for a particular cell is greater than, or less than, the mean of a reference cell. The reference cell may be the analysis base (the mean of all […]