Overview - Responses & Statistics

Overview - Responses & Statistics

Responses summary

The following section focuses on the creation of responses and statistics.

From the top navigation bar, click the arrow next to Responses and select Responses & Statistics.

The summary page is displayed.

The table Response summary contains the following:
  • Full responses - the number of surveys submitted by your respondents (by clicking the Submit button located on the last page of your survey)
  • Incomplete responses - the number of surveys that have not been completely filled out by your respondents
  • Total responses - the aggregated number of complete/full and incomplete responses

Note: In the Responses table, the incomplete answers are response records with no submission date. Such a record can occur when a participant uses the resume later function, or when an operator uses the data entry functionality to fill out a survey without submitting the answer, or when a participant leaves a survey without completing it.

If you use the survey participants option, a summary of the survey participants-related data is displayed on the page below the Response summary table.

Survey participants summary - responses.png

  • Total invitations sent - the number of invitations sent to your participants from the survey participants table
  • Total surveys completed - shows the number of surveys that have been completed by your survey participants who have been allocated a token code
  • Total with no unique token - displays the number of survey participants without an assigned token code
  • Total records - the number of survey participants from the survey participants table

Note: Please refer to the Survey participants section for a more detailed explanation of the Survey participants functionality.

Toolbar options

The following options are displayed on the top toolbar.

  1.  Summary - the page you land on after clicking the Responses & statistics button
  2.  Display responses - redirects you to the survey response table
  3.  Data entry - used to manually introduce responses into the survey response table (mainly used when survey responses were collected offline)
  4.  Statistics - provides simple and complex statistics, as well as the possibility to export your data outside LimeSurvey
    1.  Statistics - simple mode - makes use of the in-built statistics function to generate simple graphs and charts
    2. Statistics - expert mode - allows you to select certain data to be displayed in the statistics. In the case where the in-build expert mode is not sufficient for your needs, you can export the data in other formats to further analyze it by using other statistics-specialized software
  5. Export responses - used to export survey responses
  6. Import responses - used to import responses gathered in other surveys
  7. View saved but not submitted responses - under certain conditions, users can resume the survey later to finish it. The respective answers can be seen by you with the help of this function
  8. Batch deletion - use this function to delete answers in batch

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