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.
- Go to your report and select settings in the side menu. If the menu is closed, click on the menu button () to open it first.
- Click on variables*.
- 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.
- Click on the category you want to remove and click select. You are now able to click on several categories if need be.
- Click to remove the categories from this variable. For this example, we removed all zip codes that do not correspond to Los Angeles.
- To rearrange the categories, click , drag and drop the categories and click save.
- 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.
- Your changes are saved immediately.
* Feature is only available with a Professional subscription. View our plans and pricing.