Create, Collect, and Analyze Surveys and Web Forms
Report Templates are used for the complete survey analysis, single question analysis, keyword analysis, and filtered analysis. The table includes columns for the question number, question type, keyword group, topic phrase, omit question option, start new page option, omit count column option, omit percentage column option, use money symbol option, and column width settings.
The question type determines the default column values and available options. These settings allow you to create a report template. These values are saved with the survey questions, so are always available when creating new reports.
Keyword Phrase Group
Question numbers with the same keyword phrase can be included on a keyword analysis report. This provides a way to print only selected questions on the keyword analysis report. If the word "remove" is used for the keyword that question in not included with the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports.
The topic phrase is used as the chart title, and used on cross-tabulation reports.
If this check box is marked, the question is not included with the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports.
If this check box is marked, the question will be placed at the top of a new report page for the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports.
If this check box is marked, the count column is not included for this question with the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports. Some question types include both count and percentage columns. If the check box for omit counts is marked, then percentages column will be included.
Rating questions (4 Single scale, and 5,17 Multi-scale) can include a summary table. The average column displaying the average can be removed from by checking the Omit Counts check box.
The multi-column arrays and numeric question types (3-column numeric, 5-column numeric, 3-column array, and 5-column array) reports normally include both a count table and a percentage table. If the check box for omit counts is marked, the complete count table will be omitted from the report.
If this check box is marked, the percentage column is not included for this question with the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports. Some Question types (5,6,19 - Multiple Scale Array; 8,21,31 - 3 and 5 Column Matrix; 10,23,27 - 3 and 5 Column Numeric; and 30 Ten Column Array) include both count and percentage columns. Reports withy these question types include both a count table and a percentage table. If the check box for omit percentages is marked, the complete percentages table will be omitted from the report. A total row is placed at the bottom of multi-column numerical and array tables that use column percentages. Questions with "N.A." displayed means non-applicable as a percentage column is not included. If the check box for omit percentages is marked, then the check box for omitting the count will be cleared. One of these columns must be included in the reports.
Numerical questions have the option to include the dollar, euro, or pound symbol in the report. (Selected on the Settings Menu - Report Settings). If the check box is marked, the money symbol will be placed to the left of the numerical value with the complete, keyword, or filtered analysis reports. Questions with "N.A." displayed means non-applicable, as a numerical value is not calculated.
The question type determines the default column values (100%). If you change the values so the your values do not equal 100%, the default values will replace your values. The first number (default 4) is used for the question letter choice. The second number is for the column displaying the question text choice. The remaining numbers are for the calculated column values. If the count or percentage columns are omitted from the reports, the percentage that is assigned to that column width will be added to the second column (text choice). Column widths can be changed on the reports by using the cursor to drag the column borders. However, changing the survey question column widths, and saving them, will create a report template that will be used every time you create your report.