1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 11, 2013 9:41 PM by Robert Binney

    Several Questions, Each Row Needs to Be Labelled Separately

    Robert Binney

      So I tried searching for this, but couldn't think of a good way to describe what I'm trying to do.

       

      I have a ten question, Likert-style survey. Each question is about a different "dimension", or "continuum", and I'd like to present them all on one chart.

       

      I've done many Likert style charts using the data revelations method, but those have been the more "Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree" type, and the same scale for all questions.

       

      What I mean about the dimension/continuum bit:

       

      For example, let's say a question is:

      "I like foods that are" and they could choose "Sweet", "Salty", or pick a point somewhere in between.

      And the next question might be:

      "I'm a little bit" and they could choose "Country", "Rock and Roll", or pick a point somewhere in between.

       

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      Or, if there's a better way to display, let me know!

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Several Questions, Each Row Needs to Be Labelled Separately
          Robert Binney

          So here's where I landed.

           

          I formatted with space between rows

          I exported as an image

          I inserted into PowerPoint

          And manually labelled

           

          I really don't like the way it looks... It doesn't tell the full story, I don't think. (There are FIVE choices for each answer, so dark red is the far left extreme and dark green is the far right extreme) As you can see, there's lots of middle and nonextreme (that is, 2, 3, and 4) answers...

           

          Anybody have better ideas on this?

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