A matrix table can be used when asking about the same set of characteristics for multiple items, such as how often a respondent uses a set of products. The questions are arranged in a table or a grid to consolidate the information for the respondent.
There are two types of matrix - likert and bipolar. Each type has unique options and a unique format.
The likert variation displays a list of statements (rows) and scale points (columns) in a table format. Question options can be single answer, multiple answer, drop-down list or drag and drop.
A bipolar matrix table displays two extremes of a scale set by the survey admin. Respondents select a point between the two. Those point can also be labeled.
To view the report for matrix multi-select question:
Formula: Percentage = Count/Total count * 100. For example, count for "very much" and "itchy" is 2, total count recieved for that row is 7. Hence, the percentage is 28.57% (2/7 * 100).
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