Monthly Archives: January 2017

Using Quotas with Survey Software I

Posted on : January 30, 2017 - by :

When you do a survey you almost always want the answers you receive to reflect those that would be given by a larger group of people, if you are able to ask all of them. For example, if you are trying to do gauge national public opinion about a proposed change to Social Security, you Read More…

Web Survey Software Appearance Options

Posted on : January 19, 2017 - by :

One of the key considerations when using web survey software is how your online questionnaire will look. You almost always want it to look both professional and engaging. You also want it to be easy to answer. The more sophisticated programs give you many choices as to how you reach those goals. You convey professionalism Read More…

Survey Software Logic III

Posted on : January 12, 2017 - by :

An earlier blog covered some of the basic kinds of logic you can use to modify which questions appear and how they appear based on answers to earlier questions. Most programs offer basic skip logic (some call this feature “branching,” rather than skipping).  In this basic instruction, the program will check the answer to the Read More…