Survey logic is a term used to describe features that change survey behaviour, appearance and content based the answers participants give.
- Logical expressions for question routing and analysis [25m]
- Goto question routing [02m 48s]
- Conditionally ask question routing [02m 19s]
- Randomise single pages or groups of pages in a survey
- Calculate running totals for quantity response questions
- Set up grid questions so that participants rate items in order of importance.
- Using routing to limit the grid questions displayed
- Sending respondents to a customised web page if they save
- Using the Totalize function to add up responses as they arrive
- Randomizing the order of question pages
- Displaying questions randomly to respondents
- Setting a ‘do not ask’ condition on multiple questions
- Using ‘Rating Check’ to ensure ranking of options
- Dynamically changing the website address that respondents go to on survey completion
- Interlocking quotas
- Answer patterns
- Dynamically mask answer choices
- Mask individual checkboxes
- Calculating marks in a test
- In-survey calculations: how to calculate a wait time and adapt the questionnaire text based on the answer
Online user guide and documentation
- Setting valid ranges on a question
- Setting the response type
- Introduction to routing
- Introduction to patterns
- Inserting a previous response into the text of your questionnaire (text substitution)
- Applying a static mask
- Applying dynamic masking
- Creating and applying a conditional mask using a derived variable
- Using in-survey calculations
- Code rotation
- Question rotation
- Interview quotas
- Add the AttachIt feature to a question
- 25 ways to increase survey response rates
- What is the proper online survey length?
- Question routing to limit what online survey questions respondents answer
- Why randomize the order of question pages in an online survey?
- Rating and ranking questions: levels of importance in your survey
- Survey design: bias caused by question order & routing respondents through survey questions
- Questionnaire design in Snap: hints and tips
- Survey refresh: a customers survey is reviewed and improved
- Designing dynamic and engaging online surveys
- The principles of effective questionnaire design with Steve Bax
- Tools and techniques to create engaging online surveys
Training and consultancy
We currently run two scheduled courses offering an introduction to survey logic:
If you would like one-to-one help with your survey project, we also offer online or face-to-face consultancies. Call us now on 01454 280820603-610-8700 or email us your training requirementsemail us your training requirements and we’ll call you back.
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