Create, Collect, and Analyze Surveys and Web Forms

Survey Software from WISCO Computing
WISCO Survey - Ten Column Array Questions

This question type (30) allows up to 10 column headings and up to 25 text choices. One choice per column may be selected.

Create Survey Question

  1. Enter survey question text.
  2. Choose question type 30 10-Column Array.
  3. Enter up to 25 text choices that will be used for all columns.
  4. Click the Options/Values tab.
  5. Enter up to 10 column headings.
  6. Enter Question Topic.

Collect Survey Responses

The printed survey uses a grid of radio buttons. Only one choice per column may be selected.

The web survey or web form uses a group of pull down selections. The labels on the left are the column headings. Each pull down contains the complete list of text choices. Only one choice per pull-down may be selected.

Filtered Analysis

A filtered analysis can be performed on each column group. The question list includes the question number, column letter, (A) indicating letter(s) are entered in the Matching edit box, the question topic, and the column label. In this example, the third column labeled 'Children' is being selected. After the column is selected from the question list, clicking the button to the right of the 'Not' check box displays a yellow pop-up box with the 9 letters (A through I) representing the 9 text choices. Click the underlined close label to close the popup box.

For this example, if you wanted to filter all Children admission fees greater than $20, you would enter the three letters GHI in the matching edit box. When a calculation is performed, the survey software would check if any of the three letters were matched. If a match was detected, the result is true, and other filtering and calculations would continue. If the 'Not' check box is marked, the true or false result of the match is reversed. This same example with the three letters GHI and the 'Not' check box marked would filter all Children admission fees less than $21, before continuing with additional filter levels and calculations. 'Not GHI' is equivalent to entering 'ABCDEF' in the Matching Edit box. Click the 'Create' button to start the calculations. The results will only include the survey records that had true results for all filtering levels.