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The Edit report element screen allows to specify the content shown to user for the report element when they run the report.


Main tab










Options tab for report elements with 'Questions' content












The options for the response header are:


1. Full: all demographics fields for the participant are displayed at the beginning of each response


2. None: no demographic information is shown for the responses


3. Custom: demographic fields specified as demographic substitution tags will be displayed. For example, specifying custom header:

<p>Name: [FirstName] [LastName]</br>Email: [Email]</p>

will include the header such as the one shown below before each response:


Name: John Doe

Email: jdoe@nowhere.com






Example: statistics table for a rank matrix segment and a value of 'Break after column in statistics table' = 10












Options tab for report elements with 'Respondent' content



The options available for content 'Respondent' are a subset of the options available for content 'Questions'. See above for a description of these options.




Options tab for report elements with 'Contingency table (cross-tab)' content


When this option is selected, 2 analysis variables must be defined. Analysis variable 1 defines the rows for the contingency table and Analysis variable 2 defines the columns for the contingency table.










Example of contingency table:





Options tab for report elements with 'Survey completion summary' content


This type of content provides summary information for questions answered, not answered, or answered as 'Not Applicable'. To perform a drop-off analysis across a set of responses, choose option 'Show charts', and 'Show status count by question' (see below for the options available). To get detailed completion data itemized by participant, select options 'Itemize individual responses', 'Show status count by survey' and 'Show status count by question'.
















Options tab for report elements with 'Scores' content


This type of content provides scoring information in reports.


Report elements for scores provide different information if the report is run for a single response or for a multiple responses. If the report is for multiple responses, the report element will contain distribution for the score(s) characterizing the set of responses. There will be one graph per score in the report element. If the report is for a single response, the report element will contain a single graph showing the scores for the response.





  • Scores: The scores to include in the report element. If there are multiple surveys in the report, the scores are listed for each survey with scores. The name for the scores are shown as labels in the chart. To insert a line break in the label, add the following code <!--<br/>--> at the place in the label that should have the line break.


Example: Score1 has name 'Aerobic effort coefficient after 10 min of exercise'. To show the score with a line break after 'coefficient' in the chart, the name for the score should be set to: 'Aerobic effort coefficient <!--<br/>--> after 10 min of exercise'. See Score definition for the specifying the name for a score.













Charts tab


Charts for the report element can be customized through the options available in the charts tab. By default, the charts for the report element will use the settings defined at the level of the report containing the report element. The charting options available for a report element are identical to those available at the level of the report.