Create Filters to Analyze Your Survey Data – Analytics Features

Once you have deployed your survey and gotten your first set of results back, it’s time to make sense of all that data. One of the most useful tools to use in order to do this is filters. Filters help you accomplish something similar to what crosstabs allow you to do. Let’s say that your first survey question was, “Are you male or female?”. You could then set a filter to show you all of the results for everyone who is a male. You could also set a filter to show you the analytics for all of those respondents who are female. Filters essentially allow you to see your analytics/data for all respondents who responded to a question in a certain way. Make sure to watch the video above for more information.

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Aydin Mirzaee

Aydin is currently the Co-CEO of Fluidware where he spends his time focused on product strategy, marketing and growth for the company's FluidSurveys (http://fluidsurveys.com) and FluidReview (http://fluidreview.com) products. Aydin co-founded Fluidware in 2008 and since then it has grown to become a market leader with customers in over 80 countries.
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