Banner tables allow you to visualize and view your data relative to a single question. For example, if in your survey, one of the questions is "Where are you from?" - The answer options are:
Below is an example of the banner table selected with the display option Data Table + Charts. You can see that the survey questions are listed in the first two columns, showing the answer options and the overall responses. The pivot question answer options are then displayed across the next set of columns. The percentages shown are the percentages of those who answered both the survey question listed AND the pivot question. For example, from the example below, we see that 21.43% of those who were from the North-West were male, and 78.57% of those from the North-West were female.
Yes. You can have multiple Pivot questions using the Secondary Pivot and/or Nested Pivot option.
Yes. Choose the Custom Variable you want to segment on (in step 1) and the system will automatically create a banner table for every available data point.
The Advanced Options allow you to customize the output and layout of the generated Banner Tables.
The Secondary Pivot allows you to Pivot on more than one question. For example, if you wanted to produce a Banner Table that pivots on Gender AND Race, you can choose Gender as the primary Pivot and Race as a the secondary pivot. The secondary pivot is optional.
The Nested Pivot allows you to Pivot on more than one question combined. For example, if you wanted to produce a Banner Table that pivots on Gender combined with Race, you can choose Gender as the primary Pivot and Race as a the nested pivot.
The values produced in the Data Table can either be absolute frequency numbers i.e. the actual number of users who chose a particular option, or be relative percentage.
The Banner Tables can be generated with or without associated charts. Generating Banner Tables without charts is generally faster and the resulting file is smaller also.
For simple (non-nested) tables, there is no limit to the number of columns that can be used in the tables. This includes tables with a primary pivot question and a secondary pivot question. Please keep in mind, however, that if your data set is large or if there are a lot of data points (questions) in your survey, it may take a longer time for the system to generate the banner table.
For Nested Pivot Tables, there is a limit of a total of 64 columns. This is to prevent our system from being over utilized and slowing the service for others. This is a system limitation and no exceptions will be made.
This feature/tools described here are available with the following license(s) :
This feature is available with the following license :