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Advanced Cross Tabs (Survey)

You will find Advanced Crosstabs under Results & Data in the main menu.

Questions that are placed on the horizontal axis in the crosstabs are called banners. Before you can create any crosstabs, you need to create at least one banner. If you have not yet created a banner select the Start here button. Start by selecting the questions you would like to place into the banner. The first question selected will appear to the far left, the second question after that and so on. When you have included all the desired questions that you would like to appear in your banner, click the CONFIGURE SELECTED button. In configuration, you can turn columns on/off and rename all your banners for nice formatted output.

The next step is to configure your banner exactly like you would like it to appear. The default configuration may be too wide due to long choice texts or question text or unwanted columns. Click on each choice/question text to modify. Columns can be turned off and on by clicking the  and  icons.

You can now view and modify your banners in the Available banners tab. After selecting Create crosstab from, give your crosstab a name and select the target questions you want to analyze against the banner. Select any needed time range or data filters. You can choose to sort the results to your crosstabs by count, row percentage, or column percentage, which column to base the sort on, and whether results will appear in ascending or descending order. The report may be output to the screen or exported to Excel. If you choose to export the report, it will appear in the Report Repository for download. You can also specify whether you would like to do a significance test, which will compare column percentages for statistically significant differences.

Finally, click on Save & Generate Report to view your crosstab. Any crosstabs set for output to Excel will appear in the Report Repository which can be accessed from the Results & Data menu.

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