After running a total frequency report, the report screen gives you various viewing options you can access towards the top left-hand corner of the screen:
1: Show/Hide QA Codes
These are QA codes, shown in green, that signify a specific question type, question attribute or survey attribute. Click here for a complete list and description of each QA code. In the example below, the QA code "RAD" is shown signifying a single-select question. If "Show QA Codes" is selected in View Options, QA codes are visible in the report.
2: Show/Hide Tables with No Respondents
In some instances, a report might have tables with no data in them. In the example below, we have the number of respondents terminated for attempting to take the survey after a quota is full. You can opt to hide these empty data tables by selecting "Hide Tables With No Respondents" within the View Options. If "Show Tables with No Respondents" is selected in View Options, these empty tables are shown:
3: View Chart Options
Allows you to change the chart color palette. Select the "View Chart Options" options and choose your desired color palette from the chart dialog:
- Data Values: Allows you to show "Percentages" or "Counts" as the charted value.
- Color Palette: Allows you to select from a wide range of color palettes for your chart.
4: Show/Hide Download Data Values
Allows you to display/hide the data values in the crosstabs report. Click here for more information.
5: Show/Hide Unweighted Total Count
Only available if weights have been added to the data.
If weights have been added to the data, choose this option to view the weighted data in the report.
6: Turn All Grid Tables On/Off:
Allows you to show or hide grid tables (for 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional radio/checkbox/select questions that do not use
Grid Table View appears by default for all 2-dimensional grid questions. In this example, s3 is a 2-dimensional grid question. You can see our answer options sweep by our column choices:
When we turn off our grid table view, we can see each answer option as a separate summary table:
Note: This functionality applies only to the default grid tables, and not to the new custom grid tables.