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About the Coverage Download

Overview

The coverage download identifies questions that are asked of a specific segment in the report. Open your custom report with the coverage download to easily identify problem areas in the data during quality assurance testing. The coverage download only shows the totals for each question and simplifies it further by turning the percentages into icons. If an icon is not in the form you expect to see, hover over it to view the percentages.

First, select a custom report and select "Run Report". To view the coverage download in the report click on "Downloads", then select "Coverage" in the direct to browser section of the menu.

The coverage report will appear in your browser. The report will only show the question labels and the segments you defined, rows and columns within the question element will not show.

1: Reading the Report

The report will consist of the following icons:

2010-06-28_1544_00.png The check mark icon indicates that 100% of the respondents shown the question answered the question. You may hover over the check mark icon to view the percentage, number of respondents that were shown and the number of respondents that answered the question.
2010-06-28_1545_00.png The dash icon indicates that not all of the respondents that were shown the question answered the question. You may hover over the dash icon to view the percentage, number of respondents that were shown the question and the number of respondents that answered the question.
2010-06-28_1546_00.png The none icon indicates that none of the respondents that were shown the question answered the question. You may hover over the none icon to view the percentage, number of respondents that were shown the question and the number of respondents that answered the question.

Example:

The example below shows a report that is split by males and females. The coverage download shows that no males viewed or answered Q3 and no females viewed or answered Q12. At Q13 and Q6, less than 100% of respondents that viewed the question answered the question, specifically females. Every other question had 100% of the respondents view and answer the question.

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