Analyze Survey: Overview

On this page you’ll find an overview of all tools with which to analyze your survey.

1. Report data

In the table on this page you will find the following data:

  • Report name: This is the name you defined in the first phase of creating a report.
  • Report type: Three report types are available in Survalyzer NG: Basic report, Segmented Excel report and Pro report.
  • Changed: This displays the date on which the procedure for creating a report was last changed. This change was made in one or more of the stages Report nameQuestions Filter Activation. In case of a segmented Excel report, the latter stage is replaced by the stages Segments and Download.

These data will only be shown, once you have created a report for the appropriate survey.

2. Icons

The following icons are displayed on the right-hand side of the report table:

These icons will be described from left to right:

  1. Online Report
    This will bring up the Online Report screen. This screen is your online dashboard for your survey. The online report gives you real-time insight into your collected responses. You can view graphs of all answers collected up to the moment you open the page. For more information, please click here.
    This icon is not present in case of a segmented Excel report.
  2. Edit (Basic report)
    This icon allows you to open the Activation stage of the basic report creation procedure. You can now make changes to one or more of the stages Report nameQuestions Filter Activation (see Add new basic report) or download a report of your choice, i.e. Word, PDF, Excel or PowerPoint export (see Download basic report).
    To switch between stages, click the Back or Next buttons.
    To return to the Analyze screen with the report table, click the Go to Analyze Page button at the Activation stage. The changes you have made, for example regarding the survey questions to be included in the report, will be saved immediately.
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    Edit (Segmented Excel report)
    This icon allows you to open the Download stage of the segmented report creation procedure. You can now make changes to one or more of the stages Report nameQuestions Filter Segments Download (see Add new segmented Excel report) or download an Excel report.
    To switch between stages, click the Back or Next buttons.
    To return to the Analyze screen with the report table, click the Go to Analyze Page button at the Download stage. The changes you have made, for example regarding the survey questions to be included in the report, will be saved immediately.
  3. Duplicate
    This icon allows you to create an exact copy of the created report. The name of this report is identical to that of the original report with the extension (Copy). You can change this name in the Report name stage (create report).
  4. Delete
    This icon alllows you to immediately remove the selected report from the screen.

3. Add new report

The available report types are shown below:

  • Basic report
    This is a basic report for the most common use cases.
  • Segmented Excel report
    This report is based on self-defined segments. It is only available, if you are a professional user.
  • Pro report
    This advanced report will be used mainly by BI data analysts. It is only available, if you are a professional user and have purchased a corporate package.

4. Download raw data

Raw data files can be exported for analysis outside Survalyzer: either by yourself or by using external tools.

Once you have clicked this button, the Download screen will appear allowing you to select some data before downloading the raw data.

5. Delete raw data

By clicking on this button, you will delete all collected interview data belonging to this survey in one go. All counters will be reset to zero. In addition, the individual links in the e-mail distribution and on the link lists can no longer be used.

Note: This action cannot be undone.

6. Response statistics

The response rates show the number of invited respondents, classified by status. Each status shows not only the absolute number, but also the percentage of the total number of invited respondents. For a description of each status, see What does the Survey Status mean?

The figure below shows that 246 respondents were invited for the corresponding survey. Of these 246 respondents,

  • 54 respondents did not answer the survey > status Not responded.
  • 19 respondents have not (yet) completed the survey > status In progress.
  • 153 respondents completed the survey > status Completed.
  • 10 respondents received a screenout for a certain question, because they probably do not belong to the desired target group > status Screenout.
  • 10 respondents did not complete the survey because quotas have been set for certain questions that filter out the respondents concerned > status Quotafull.

In Responses per day you can view the number of respondents that have completed the survey for each specified date. This indicates that you are only able to view the results of surveys that have been allocated the Completed status. On 21 January 2021 alone, 80 respondents have completed the corresponding survey.

7. Data access control

Here you can specify whether the report link is only accessible to a logged-in Survalyzer user (Private) or to everyone who has access to this link (Public).

Updated on June 9, 2021

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