Filtering material

Survey results can be filtered in many different ways. The quickest and easiest way to filter  results is to click the background variable in the mini-application; for example, a bar in a distribution view. You can click to enable filtering in several different mini-applications simultaneously.

All the applied delimitations appear in the Dashboard top row, and you can also hide them by clicking the Hide filters button in case there are several delimiting variables.



If you wish to choose several filtered respondent groups within the same mini-application (variable to be filtered), you can open the variable for the filtered mini-application by clicking the filter in the Dashboard top row. This will open both all the filtering options and the filtered selection.

After this, choose the respondent groups you wish to filter and click somewhere outside the top-row variable menu – this will save your options for the filtered variables.



Open (qualitative) survey results can also be filtered by clicking, for instance, a certain word. All the open replies and other survey results related to the word will be filtered according to the selected word. You can choose several words within the same analysis in the same way as described above, that is, by modifying the settings for filtering variable shown in the top row. In this case you do this by entering new words for the filter.

In Dashboard, filtering numerical scale questions presented as groups – such as success ratings – is done by using an advanced filter. Read more about advanced filtering.


Removing a filter

You can return to the front page view from any delimitation by clicking the Reset to default button in the Dashboard top row.