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Download Data in Crosstabs

 

To download your raw data in Crosstabs, first run the crosstab, then open the "Exports" menu and select the desired download.

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Download types (click on a type to skip to it):

Description and example of each data download:

Download type Description Example
column-binary (Download to computer) Downloads in zipped file containing one column-binary file per segment, datamap in both HTML and text versions, and a readme file.
column-binary (text) (Opens in browser) Column-binary converted to text format.

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comma-separated (CSV) (Download to computer) Similar to the tab-delimited format, this is a text based file separated by commas.

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coverage (Opens in browser) Outlines answered vs. shown counts per question. For more information, click here.

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datamap (fixed-width) (Opens in browser) Datamap in fixed-width format.

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datamap (OE) (Opens in browser) Datamap containing open-ended variables.

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Excel 2007 (Download to computer) The Windows 2007 Excel file (.xlsx) downloads in a zipped format. The file contains the data, along with an extra tab containing the datamap.

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Excel 2007 with text (Download to computer) The Windows 2007 file (.xlsx) downloads in zipped format. The file contains the data, along with an extra tab containing the datamap. The ordinal data values are replaced with report text. For example,  an answer to a gender question will appear as "Male" instead of "1". The responses to multi-select questions appear as "Answer" (instead of "1") or "NO TO: Answer" (instead of "0").

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Excel (Download to computer) The Windows 2003 Excel file (.xls) downloads in a zipped format.  The file contains the data, along with an extra tab containing the datamap.

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field debug dump (Opens in browser) List of variables with internal debug information.

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fixed-width (Download to computer) Fixed width file downloads in a zipped file containing the .dat data file, marginals, datamap in both HTML and text versions, and readme file.

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Flat (Download to computer) Flat data downloads in a zipped file containing a .txt data file where each row in the file is single variable from the survey (e.g. Q1r1, Q1r2) for a single respondent.
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OE data (Excel) (Download to computer) Open-ended data in Excel format.

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OE data (flat form) (Download to computer) Open-ended data in tab-delimited format.

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OE data (tab-delimited) (Download to computer) Open-ended data in a tab-delimited text file.

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OE Excel (by sheet) (Download to computer) The Excel file downloads in a zipped format.  The file contains one sheet for each open-ended variable, along with an extra tab containing the datamap.

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OE Excel (w/ blanks by sheet) (Download to computer) The Excel file downloads in a zipped format.  The file contains one sheet for each open-ended variable with blank data included, along with an extra tab containing the datamap.

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pipe-delimited (Download to computer/Opens in browser) Pipe-delimited "|" text file downloads in a zipped format or opens in browser.  Zipped file includes the data, both HTML and text versions of the datamap and a readme file.

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Quantum (Download to computer) Downloads in zipped format and includes the data formatted for Quantum software, both HTML and text versions of the datamap, marginals, and a readme file.
Quantum script (Opens in browser) Datamap for Quantum software.

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SAS (Download to computer) Downloads in zipped format and includes the data formatted for SAS software, marginals and a readme file.
SAS script (Opens in browser) Datamap for SAS software.

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SPSS (.sav) (Download to computer) The native file format for SPSS data files.
Note: We use a newer library to generate SPSS *.sav files at twice the speed. Those files are all generated as “unicode” which requires SPSS 16+ if your survey has non-English characters (e.g. accented chars, the € symbol). The SPSS 16+ downloads will give you that file, and a SPSS 15 download will give you the SAV file in the legacy Windows-1252 format.

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SPSS (data+script) (Download to computer) Different than the complete .sav download, this is a zipped set of files, including the .sps syntax file, data file and readme file.  The syntax, when run, will create a full SPSS file, including value labels.  This option has the same results as downloading the .sav file, however, it is a good option when download bandwidth is an issue, as the syntax files are much smaller.

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SPSS (fixed-width) (Opens in browser) A fixed-width SPSS datamap.

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SPSS (tab-delimited) (Opens in browser) A tab-delimited SPSS datamap.

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SPSS (.sav) with OE

(Download to computer) Similar to the .sav file above, but with open-ended data.

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tab-delimited (Download to computer/Opens in browser) The tab-delimited text file downloads in a zipped format and includes the data, both HTML and text versions of the datamap and a readme file. The direct to browser option shows data in tab-delimited format.

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table (Opens in browser) An HTML table of all data.

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triple-s (Download to computer) Downloads in a zipped format and includes the data formatted for Triple-S software, marginals and the Triple-S XML datamap.
triple-s XML (Opens in browser) Datamap for Triple-S XML.

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Uncle (Download to computer) Syntax formatted for Uncle software.

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Uncle tables (Opens in browser) Datamap for Uncle.

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Wincross (.job) (Download to computer) Syntax file for Wincross tabulation software.

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Tracking files
all seen variables (Opens in browser) The record, UUID and status of all respondents that have started the survey.

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marginals (Opens in browser) A standard Marginals download.

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random order (opens in browser) Tab-delimited file showing the tracked order for all randomized attributes in your survey.

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