Form for presentation of results of a questionnaire survey

With this form you can have results of a questionnaire survey presented to you in different formats.

Your identification #
Your password #

Name of questionnaire (without or with extension .htm) #:



Two tables are presented. The last table is a row-column transpose of the first table. A description of the first table follows.

The first column identifies the objects in the corresponding row. Each of the following columns concerns data for one answerer.

The first row contains the total sum of simple (unnamed) points. An empty row follows.

If the quiz specifies any distributed (named) points the following rows contain the total sum for each of these points.

The following rows contain in each row the answer for the corresponding question, if any. The texts in a multi-field answer are separated by a vertical bar. An empty row follows.

The following rows contain the achieved simple and distributed points for each question.

Click the button marked with the name of the quiz (if any), the results of which you wish to see:



The original questionnaire is displayed with the following modifications:

1. Each button is replaced by a brace containing the number of answerers having clicked the button.
2. The multi-line entry field of a question to be answered with a text contains all the answers to that question. Each answer is on a line of its own with each new line in the answer replaced by a vertical bar (|).
3. Single line entry fields are shown empty due to assumed lack of space in such fields for answers from all answerers. (Use another option).

Click the button marked with the name of the questionnaire (if any), the results of which you wish to see:



Same format as above, however:

1. For each button a purple bar is added the length of which is proportional to the ratio a/b in which
a is the number of answerers having clicked the button and
b is the largest number of clicks on any button.
2. Each answer to a question to be answered with a text is in a multi-line entry field (a box) of its own.
3. Single line entry fields are shown empty due to assumed lack of space in such fields for answers from all answerers. (Use another option).

Click the button marked with the name of the questionnaire (if any), the results of which you wish to see:



This format for presentation is for questionnaires with buttons. A blank page will be displayed if no question has a button. The format is particularly practical for post processing using a spread sheet program, for example.

The result is a table showing, for each button, how many answerers have clicked the button. For example for a questionnaire with 3 questions with 3, 0 and 4 buttons, respectively:

 4,   ,  2, 
 0,   ,  1, 
 1,   ,  1, 
  ,   ,  1,

The nth column corresponds to the nth question. The first row corresponds to buttons with the letter a or %-number 1, the second row to buttons with the letter b or %-number 2, and so on. A question with no buttons (i.e. a question to be answered with optional text) has empty fields only. Fields not corresponding to buttons are empty (if the nth question has m buttons and another question has more than m buttons then the last fields of the nth column are empty). A comma terminates each field.

Click the button marked with the name of the questionnaire (if any), the results of which you wish to see:



This format is particularly practical for post processing using a spread sheet program, for example. The result is a table. The first row contains fields terminated by semicolon (;). The first field is empty. It is followed by a list of fields each containing a name for a sum of points. This is followed twice by a list of fields each containing a question number or name. Each following row corresponds to an answerer taken in random order. Fields are terminated by semicolon. The contents are: Click the button marked with the name of the questionnaire (if any), the results of which you wish to see:


In this format for each answerer in random order a number of lines are written containing: The table is followed by lines stating the number of answers, the number of registered partipants and the number of answers missing.

Click the button marked with the name of the questionnaire (if any), the results of which you wish to see: