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How can I use variable versions?

Enalyzer allows you to define your own variables so that you can get the insights you need.

Example: You have asked respondents for their zip codes and you would like to group these into counties instead, i.e. group all Los Angeles zip codes (90734, 90717, etc.) into a single variable version.

  1. Go to your report and select settings on the side menu. If the menu is closed, click on the menu button (burger.PNG) to open it first.
  2. Click on variables*.
  3. Click on your variable and select add variable version. For this example, we chose the variable zip code. You now have the following options:
    • Name: Edit the name of your variable view. The default name will be Version X; x being the number of the variable view. For this example, we'll call the first variable version Los Angeles.
    • Categories: Edit the categories this variable view contains.
      1. Click on the category you want to remove and click select. You are now able to click on several categories if need be.
      2. Click the delete icon () to remove the categories from this variable. For this example, we removed all zip codes that do not correspond to Los Angeles.
      3. To rearrange the categories, click the move icon (), drag and drop the categories and click save.
  4. Values and settings: Exclude/include variables from charts and average calculations and change the variable values.
    Pro tip: When using "Don't know/I don't know" as a response option, e.g. in rating scale type questions, remove the value from average calculations and charts.
  5. Your changes are saved immediately.

* Feature is only available with a Professional subscription. View our plans and pricing.

You can now use the variable version to create benchmarks or to filter your reports.

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