Latest resources for our users

Even though we’ve been on holidays, some of our dedicated support staff have been working hard to provide you with some great resources for your upcoming surveys: help articles, new survey controls and more!

Here’s an overview of all the new goodies you’ll be able to find on our help centre:

Universe settings

This short article covers all the basics on Universes, an often misunderstood feature of askiaanalyse. It’s indeed often ambiguously connected to another Filters / Sub-populations.

Universe settings screenshot

The article in detail how Universes do not change the counts but change the percentages in your table and details each of the associated values that can be assigned to a Universe for a given table / set of tables:

  1. All interviews
  2. Use selected responses
  3. Use question base
  4. Use answering base

Check out the full article.

Simplify your data analysis with myView

This comprehensive article describes the purpose and use of the myView feature in askiaanalyse. This feature allows users to create an alternative view of the questionnaire tree. In this view you can:

  • Re-order questions / responses
  • Hide questions / responses
  • Change overall structure / indent & create chapters
  • Change captions of questions and responses
  • Create grouped or calculated responses which are assigned to questions in the myView questionnaire tree

Setting up a myView comes in handy in cases such as:

  • Survey files with long structure e.g. when the data file has lots of loops or historic questions and has become difficult to navigate through
  • Files shared between a data processing (DP) team and researchers can contain many variables that are not needed by the researchers.
  • A data file might have sections of it allocated to different researchers e.g. country specific sections. A different .mlv (myView definition file) file can be supplied to each team to show only the profile of questions they will be dealing with.

Read the full article here.

Programming Col Sig (part 4)

Part 4 of the meticulous series of articles on on Column Significance is once again a very thorough piece on this calculation and it’s various settings.

This article is specific to the Student Test using estimator & efficiency coefficient. It demonstrates how to create a table which shows the pre-set Col Sig calculation side by side with the programmed calculation for the same test. It provides all steps as well as an example questionnaire and dataset that you can access directly in the source article.

Cross video survey control

This survey control is similar to our Video control but provides extra support for all browsers and will even fallback to Flash video for those still using legacy browsers.

Cross Video ADC 2.0 header image

You can check out the demo or go grab the survey control!

Light gallery

This brand new ADC 2.0 survey control allows you to add lightboxed image galleries within your surveys. This mobile friendly gallery is fully packed with features such as: zoom in, zoom out, full-screen, keyboard controls, …

Lightbox image gallery

Go take a look at the demo or head to the article to download it!

Target

Another brand new ADC 2.0, Target provides a playful survey control for numerical loops to your respondents that will allow them to drag and drop elements on a target to assign values to each.

Target survey control

You can play around with the demo or go check the article for more information!

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInTweet about this on Twitter

About Paul Nevin

UI designer at Askia Paris

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *