Following on from our Questionnaire Design course we use Snap’s analysis tools to interrogate, examine and explore survey data and then use a range of analysis styles to present results clearly.


Attending this course will enable you to:

  • Create and tailor top level analyses
  • Filter open and closed questions
  • Create and customize a wide range of Snap tables and charts, lists and WordClouds
  • Use group variables and derived variables to simplify results


Top level analysis

Starting with a results summary we’ll introduce filters to show how different groups answered specific questions, and consider some of the tailoring options available.

Tables, charts, WordClouds and lists

We’ll use a variety of analysis types to present survey data including the categorising and analysis of freetext replies. We will look at replies to rating scale questions and use group variables to show a summary of all responses in a grid, and simplify responses by showing percent positive responses only.

Refine and simplify your data

We’ll work through some examples of derived variables, for example to combine answer categories such as positive or negative points on a scale, or analyse results by specific dates or periods.

Working with means and scores

We’ll define a scoring system for rating scale questions and use it to show a quick summary of results.


Face to face

Our dedicated training suites in Bristol or London are the perfect place to bring your Snap skills up to scratch, and with lunch included what could be better? Or, if there are four or more of you it may work out much the same for us to come to your office.


We know it’s not always easy to meet face to face, so we can arrange an online training session for you and your colleagues. You can see our desktop and we can share mouse control.

Check out our prices and dates.

Prices and dates

CourseVenueDatePrice (excl. VAT)Enquire
Snap XMP - Analysing Results 4 hr Online classroom Thursday 16th February 2023 £250 Book
Snap XMP - Analysing Results 4 hr Online classroom Tuesday 28th February 2023 £250 Book

Times are based on local time in the UK.