Modern Web Survey Software

Posted on : September 13, 2017 - by :

What makes web survey software modern is primarily the appearance of the pages it creates. Modern web pages almost always use cascading style sheets (CSS) to enhance their appearance. One trend in recent years has been to use flat buttons, rather than the 3-D appearing buttons that had been standard on the Internet until recently. Read More…

Analyzing Comments with Survey Software

Posted on : July 25, 2017 - by :

Questionnaires often have questions that ask for a comment about a subject. Researchers often aren’t happy including these kinds of questions in a project, because they are harder to analyze then other answers. But researchers also recognize that asking people to comment can often provide insights that they wouldn’t learn if they just offer people Read More…

Charting Results with Survey Software

Posted on : June 28, 2017 - by :

Once you get the answers to your questions, you’ll want to see the results and often share them with others. The most sophisticated survey software offers many options on reporting your results, but most survey programs only offer basic reporting. These latter programs make you export the data to another program to produce reports. A Read More…

Weighting Your Sample with Survey Software II

Posted on : May 19, 2017 - by :

Our last blog discussed weighting.  Weighting is a technique that lets some people count more than others when determining overall responses.  The most common reason to do that is to make the percentages of certain kinds of people in your sample better match their percentages in the population your sample represents.  For example, you might Read More…