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Printable PDFs that let you get up-to-speed quickly using our toolsets

PDF  1: Survey Building Essentials  (1.9 MB)

This document aims to get new users quickly building complex surveys that incorporate advanced interactivity, conditionality and feature your own brand values. Fully illustrated and with handy Hot Tips.

PDF  2: Analysis and Reporting Essentials  (1.4 MB)

An overview of the data analysis features, including the filter and crosstab tools and report generation in PDF and Excel formats. Also covers: survey statistics, data downloads, and how to view individual responses.

PDF  3: Account Administration Basics  (0.3 MB)

How all users can maintain their personal details, including changing passwords, and how higher level users can create new log-ins, assign permissions to access surveys, and batch manage log-ins and surveys.

PDF  4: Panel Management suite  (1.4 MB)

An overview of our panel management suite: how to upload and manage panel members, assign surveys to panels, and create and schedule email invitations. Also covers: sub-groups and conditional selections.

PDF  5: Using Image Hotspot questions  (0.5 MB)

Image hotspots let you create brilliant survey questions that involve clicking on parts of an image. We show you how easy it is to build an image grid, and then use it for a range of different question types.

PDF  6: Using Derived Variables in Analysis  (0.3 MB)

Derived Variables are a powerful way for you to further mine the data gathered with an online survey. They allow you to create question and answer sets by combining answers from existing questions in a survey.

PDF  7: Using Weighting tools in Analysis  (0.4 MB)

We give an overview of sampling, quotas and weighting theory, before explaining how to use the Demographix weighting toolset in the Analysis of Responses. No complex progamming at all!

PDF  8: Using Card Sort questions  (0.5 MB)

Our latest question type will give a boost to creating more interactive surveys. Use card sort questions to allow respondents to drag-and-drop text items or images into user-defined containers.