Range - Numerical Binning

Numerical bins or range for numeric question type

Numerical Binning is a way to group a number of more or less continuous values into a smaller number of "bins". Creating range or bins will help to understand the numerical data better.For example, if you have data about a group of people, you might want to arrange their ages into a smaller number of age intervals. Creating age bins will further help you to understand the nature of a particular age groups created.

To create a range for a numeric question type

Go to:
    Workspace » Add Single Row Text »Question’s Settings » Numeric Data » Metadata » Range
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Provide label for the range to be created.Label is just a name given to range created. It can be numeric or alphabetic.For example, you can create income bins with labels like Low, Medium , High or can create a age bins with labels like under 18, 18 - 25, 25 - 50.Provide numbers in start range and end range. Click on add range to add a row and create more bins.Maximum 7 rows can be added.

Where can I see the histogram?

Once the Range is created in edit survey collect the responses for the survey.Visualization of the range created can be viewed in the Dashboard. Go to:
    Login » Analytics » Dashboard
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The histogram provides the frequency count of the range created. For example, there are 5 responses which have age between 60-75 range.One can change the range values in edit survey and the histogram will change accordingly.

License & Access Options

This feature/tools described here are available with the following license(s) :

Enterprise Edition

Unlimited Surveys, Questions

Advanced Toolset and Features

No Long Term Commitment

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